GORE-TEX technology allows for water resistance and breathability, used for everyday wear — not just jackets and outerwear — as it offers a lightweight, all-weather feel. The shirt and pants are printed with “Public Television” in a large graffiti font, as well as “OFF” allover in smaller red letters. A zip closure is set at the front shoulder, informing the shirt with technical detailing. Off-White™’s signature arrow motif in a bold red print and black graffiti paint overlay is emblazoned on the back. The pants have an elasticized waistband and ankle cuffs, with zipper detailing on the sides.
The shirt and pants were showcased at the beginning of this year at Off-White™’s Fall/Winter 2019 fashion show, along with similarly printed puffer jackets, knitwear and raincoats as part of “Public Television.” Last month, a GORE-TEX ski jacket and sweatpants set was also released, which referenced the graffiti prints seen on Off-White™’s SS20 runway at Paris Fashion Week.
The GORE-TEX shirt and pants are available now on Off-White™’s website for $785 and $1,225 USD, respectively. In case you missed it, watch Off-White™’s Fall/Winter 2019 runway show, “Public Television,” below.
In other news, Patta is launching a Hi-Vis bag collection for Fall/Winter 2019.