Off-White™ Releases a Striking Iridescent Arrows Bracelet

Expressing dynamic tones of purple, blue and yellow.

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Continuing to show his appreciation for jewelry, Virgil Abloh has designed a striking iridescent Arrows Bracelet to add to Off-White™‘s growing accessory line up.

Celebrating its signature arrow logo, the bracelet is constructed of metal craftings of the motif interlocked with square caps. The whole bracelet has been given a bold iridescent finish that expresses dynamic tones of purple, blue and yellow. Rounding up the design of the piece is a contrasting silver-tone push-clasp fastening marked with “Off-White™” branding.

Priced at $395 USD, Off-White™’s Iridescent Arrows Bracelet is available now at LN-CC.

In case you missed it, Vetements gothic logo marks its latest denim release.

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