With T-shirts costing in excess of £100 and jackets costing on upwards of £1000, it’s a well known fact that Off-White isn’t the cheapest of brands. So today, the avant-garde label has officially unveiled a more pocket friendly capsule collection for those ballin’ on a budget.
Appropriately titled ‘For All‘, the new unisex line consists of a total of eight pieces, including four hoodies and four graphic tees, each embellished with the imprint’s signature black and white diagonal stripes and quotations. Priced at around £120 for the former and £70 for the latter, these new pieces are considerably cheaper compared to Off-White’s current offerings.
Speaking to Business of Fashion, Virgil Abloh said of the range: “The price tier allows for a new customer to see themselves within the overall concept of the fashion label. OFF-WHITE can be luxury at a traditional luxury price point, or equally, it can be relevant at an affordable price point.”
If you’re planning to cop the Off-White ‘For All’ collection, it is available now from eleven Off-White locations around the world, including the brand’s stores in New York, Hong Kong, and Sydney. What do you think of this budget conscious range? Are you a fan of the simple yet effect designs? Should Off-White have done more to cater for hypebeasts who don’t want to take out a second mortgage to buy a hoodie? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below!
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