Established in 2013, Off-White continues to define the grey area between black and white as a color. Under the brand name, seasonal collections of men’s and women’s clothing, objects, furniture and publications are articulating a current culture vision. The brand’s collections are embedded in a continuing back story with an emphasis on creating garments that have an identity by design.
The late creative director and designer Virgil Abloh, who passed away from terminal cancer in late 2021, pioneered a clear vision of splicing the reality of how clothes are worn and the artistic expression of high-fashion, and the brand continues to explore concepts in the realm of youth culture in a contemporary context.
This month, Off-White has announced the launch of its “Ramadan Capsule” collection which has been designed specifically to appeal to the Middle East region. The collection is offering up exclusive “comfortable yet glamorous” pieces in honor of the month of Ramadan.
The collection, inspired by “comfort and elegance,” includes tailored suits, luxe loungewear and has been curated to serve looks for Ramadan, Eid and beyond…
The new capsule looks at modesty in fashion from a fresh perspective and focuses on matching sets and relaxed silhouettes. Off-White showcases monogram prints, gold embroidered details, emerald green and gold satins, shimmery touches as well as rhinestones across the festive capsule. The collection features Swarovski Arrow statement fashion jewelry, and satin bags and shoes embellished with rhinestones to complete the Ramadan look.
The “Ramadan” Capsule is now available in the Off-White store in Kuwait, Avenues Mall and Riyadh, KSA, Mode Mall.