Creative director Virgil Abloh’s foray into designing for the living space will entail three self-explanatory categories: “CERAMICS”, “BED” and “BATH”.
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Off-White has just debuted its first home goods collection, and if you’re familiar with the streetwear brand, you can probably guess what it’s called – “HOME”. Creative director Virgil Abloh’s foray into designing for the living space will entail three self-explanatory categories: “CERAMICS”, “BED” and “BATH”.
The “CERAMICS” line currently comprises of a breakfast set and lunch set as well as other vessels including a coffee mug, ash tray, glass, pitcher and soap tray. All items arrive in an ivory-colored porcelain base decorated with a cornflower-blue grass print and topped with the signature Off-White™ logo underneath.
For the “BED” range, a coconut-white double bed set featuring contrasting embroidery of the brand’s iconic ARROWS logo tempts the eyes (and wallet) for some new sheets. But it’s equally hard to resist the bright orange tassel-knit throw, also carrying the ARROWS logo in a darker, poppy-red shade.
Lastly, the “BATH” category consists of a ivory-white towel set and bathrobe. Each item is finished with an emblem featuring vine leaves intertwined with the brand’s logo for a touch of chic and elegance.
The Off-White™ “HOME” collection is now available exclusively at the brand’s Mykonos store, but will soon be offered online and at EMPTY GALLERY from September 1. Prices range from US$95 to US$635.
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