Off-White Fall 2020 - Runway Review
February 29, 2020
Dubbed "Slightly Off," Virgil Abloh's latest showing for his Off-White label came attuned with cow prints on nearly everything from pencil skirts and knits to knee-high boots and handbags. From there, the pieces transitioned into promising looks featuring pale yellow and white cutout looks, tailored houndstooth and bright green and blue separates. Models circulated around spliced luxury cars while confetti rained down on them just before the finale walk. Military, graffiti and neon all collided in this collection that sent the design direction in every which way -- certainly a freewheeling design mantra. How else to explain gargantuan tulle paired with an Arc'teryx anorak?
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