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SWIM FEVER: Off-White x Vilebrequin Swimwear Collection
Text by Justin Ng | Photos courtesy of Off-White and Vilebrequin
09.07.2019
Five distinctive bathing suits are on hand, each sporting a different take on Off-White™’s logos and branding.
All of the swimsuits boast elasticated waistbands, co-branded tags on the rear and zippered back pockets, complete with paperclip zipper pull
The French swimwear label is known for its luxurious trunks, cut to be both comfortable and flattering; here, they’re utilized by Off-White™ as a canvas upon which to express Abloh’s signature visual style
Black and white striped trunks
“OFF” branding at the knees and an “X” logo on the rear with orange drawstring
“OFF” branding at the knees and an “X” logo on the rear with orange drawstring
Bold yellow iteration with stylized paint-stained branding
Floral printed trunks complete with “PATTERN” verbiage
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The label that kickstarted Virgil Abloh’s career and continues to make fashion waves is back at it again (quite literally). With beach season crashing down upon us, Off-White is joining forces with French swimwear brand Vilebrequin for a collection that has the Virgil Abloh brand spreading its hype into the swimwear circuit. Featuring 5 new swimsuit styles in black, white, yellow hues, an all-over floral design as well as a two-toned stripes iteration, the swimwear collaboration showcases the Off-White arrow logo along with its other brand motifs that is both hype and comfort-fitted. If that isn’t enough signature Off-White for you, you’ll also notice the iconic paper-clip zipper pull found on each swimpiece that will pair well with all your other Abloh-inspired paper-clip necklaces and bracelets. After all, with Abloh making everything he touches turn to gold, it's probably best you stock up on whatever Abloh looks you can find. The vacation-ready collection is available now on Off-White’s web store, Vilebrequin stores and select retailers.

 

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