No one could quite forget the hysteria Virgil Abloh caused when Off-White partnered with Ikea in 2019. People snaked around the local Sydney stores with stock selling out quickly. It’s true, Abloh has a knack for collaborations and more so, homewares, with the lauded designer releasing the second drop of the Off-White HOME Collection this month.
In partnership with 1stDibs – the world’s leading online marketplace for rare and desirable objects – and via FARFETCH Private Client services, the collection saw an exclusive early release on October 1, with the full collection available to purchase to the wider public on off—white.com on October 6 and on farfetch.com and select Off-White™ monobrand stores from October 7.
The HOME collection is conceptualised by “taking the familiar and making it new” – for dressing all rooms of the home. The collection is characterised by the HOME orange fluorescent label, inspiration drawn from Off-White’s ready-to-wear collection textiles, alongside the “swimming man” logo and iconic “Meteor” holes. The colour palette consists of neutrals in black-grey-beige tones with fluorescent pink and orange accents.
Key products include a towel set, shower towel and bathrobe characterised by the “swimming man” logo in both grey and white colour offerings and a mug, glass, water jug, lunch set, breakfast set and ashtray – each embossed with classic Off-White™ logo embossed on the back of each piece. Elsewhere, the collection wraps up with a stationery set featuring a notebook, note cube and notepad and an umbrella for stylish days in the rain.
You can explore and shop the collection which boasts over 80 products, here.