Kicking off day two of Paris Fashion Week, Virgil Abloh returned to the city to unveil Off-White™’s Fall/Winter 2019 collection. Titled “Public Television,” the collection referenced its theme through references including SMPTE while the show’s soundtrack began with beloved television host Mr. Rogers and featured news broadcast interruptions.
Virgil Abloh’s Fall/Winter 2019 collection featured a number of graphic pieces, including new Off-White™ logos, as well as oversized denim, graffiti-style prints and Gore-Tex pieces. The show — which featured appearances from Offset and Playboi Carti — began with a muted color palette, before a series of eye-catching looks in bright, orange, yellow and green.
The collection itself was notable for its focus on tailoring, with suits and shirting making up a number of the early looks. Key pieces included oversized trousers, slouchy knitwear and half-and-half blazers. Abloh’s signature touches further enhanced the louche looks; bold faux spray-painted prints, tie-dye accents and uncountable branded belts appeared throughout.
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