Like with his last collection this Off-White collection was a bit more dressed up. Streetwear with a chic, lady like touch. Tailored belted coats, sculptural asymmetrical suits (shapes inspired by twisted car-crash sculptures), heavy leather jackets (one is shiny silver), a motor sport inspired puffer, a giant silver colored puffer (@itsmaymemes come to reality). A navy colored tuxedo with a shiny silky right have looked extra sharp. Loose bleached denim pants here as well. And all that yellow and green felt very Spring-y. The checked pattern was a reference to the crash derby race car culture, a play on the checkered flag. The finale of floor sweeping gowns added some drama to the collection. Yet no matter the chic-er take on his line these dresses still looked a little too casual for the red carpet. But who knows, some statement making it-girl (and Virgil is friends with a lot of them) might rock one of these looks at the Met Gala.
March 1, 2019