Virgil Abloh’s Air Jordan 1 OG High Retro re-imagining took the sneaker world by storm in 2017 and for a repeat…there is an elegantly white and mute beige colorway on the horizon. Dropping exclusively in European markets, the OFF WHITE 1s are sure to have
Life goals. Fashion goals. Industry goals. Ultralight beams. However you choose to antiquate it. Virgil Abloh is the walking personification of it at the present moment. As the OFF WHITE founder and creative director customizes a pair of his collaboration with Jordan Brand for the man
The best things often come in threes…we’ll leave that line to everyone’s individual interpretation. And the same can be said for the Virgil Abloh x Air Jordan 1 OG High Retro as the third color scheme of the deconstructed signature is set to drop in June.
Virgil Abloh is having himself quite a week…we’ll get to the details of that in a secondary post. But the man behind the driving force that is OFF WHITE is back at it again with the Swoosh. After releasing an European exclusive OFF WHITE x
The Air Jordan 1 is revered for being the patriarch of the Air Jordan signature line that has spanned the 1980s, 1990s, 2000s and 2010s. But in the 30 plus years of the line across four physical decades, the Air Jordan 1 has been released
Virgil Abloh’s original OFF WHITE x Air Jordan 1 OG High Retro took after the original Chicago color scheme…an ode to Jordan’s influence around Abloh’s hometown Chicago. But Abloh x Jordan Brand has withheld one special look of the OFF WHITE x Air Jordan 1 OG
Virgil Abloh’s expansive Nike collaboration nicknamed ‘The 10’ has made waves since leaked images began to hit the net and social media. But things really ramped up in September when the launch came out in increments in a number of special drops. And the Swoosh