Following his latest Off-White™ runway showcase, Virgil Abloh took to Instagram to showcase his team in action, which included some last-minute alterations. Most notably, however, the videos revealed the brand’s latest staff T-shirts.
Emblazoned with a host of bold imagery, the long-sleeved white T-shirts highlight a large print of a painting along with plenty of branding. Sir Alfred James Munnings’s 1939 painting Ned Osborne on Grey Tick appears as a full-color print on the rear, taking up the majority of the shirt. The nearly 80-year-old artwork sold for a whopping £605,000 GBP (approximately $833,440 USD) in 2015, and is indicative Munnings’s signature Realist technique. Elevating the T-shirt beyond mere reference, a trio of Off-White logos feature beneath the artwork, along with “WEST VILLAGE” in all caps.
Take a closer look at the shirt below and stay tuned for any potential drop information. Most recently, Off-White™ partnered with upscale gym Equinox on a charitable set of remade scrubs.