Titled “Business Casual,” the show opened with a monologue by writer Chuck Bukowsky followed by a soundtrack featuring Weezer’s 1994 single “Only in Dreams”and Tyler the Creator‘s “See You Again.” All told, it’s a collection that taps into the ’90s, taking its references from the era’s office man rather than the members of subversive cultures that designers typically takes inspiration from.
Designs showed a progression away away from splashy geometric and typography graphics with Abloh instead playing with proportion and fit, slightly tweaking classic silhouettes like button-ups and polo tops to make artful statements.
As part of the label’s on-going collaboration with Nike, Off-White officially revealed a white version of a Jordan Retro 1 shoe, which was previously offered in the shoe’s original red, black and white color scheme. The appearance of the shoe is significant because Abloh had initially described an all-white AJ1 that had emerged on line as not authentic.
And while the AJ1 sneaker was worn with quite a few looks, actual shoes and boots made just as big a statement.
Check out the collection below.