That is true. When I first saw the Off-White Fall 2018 fashion show I realised, I’m ready to wear each piece of the collection. It’s so juicy, feminine, comfortable and looks like a real wardrobe of a fashionista. The collection was inspired by a New York girl who does business on weekdays and rides horses, goes shopping at the end of the week. She is powerful, self-motivated, knows her strong sides and never afraid of showing her girlish blush. Not a superman in a skirt, but so alive and inspiring for others.
Virgil Abloh, creator and designer of the high-end streetwear, is originally from Ghana and no wonder he has such an excellent sense of prints and patterns. His previous collections were created under the influence of Raf Simmons and Margiela but the latest one is being compared to recently left Azzedine Alaïa style. It is full of dignity, flowery prints, smooth silhouettes, frills, silk, leather, cotton and nylon materials were widely used.
Abloh made his brand a real hype. He interacted with influencers, invited them to the shows before and the whole fashion world took up his success. The popularity reached its peak when his fans made a crush before the Parisian show.
Sneakers, brutal jackboots that reminds rainboots, elegant silk sandals — this footwear underlines the feminine apparel above. A style mixture of a business lady that owns her own business and flirty Carrie Bradshaw well-known for her New York exquisite looks.
That legendary tulle dress wore by Kim Kardashian and Kendall Jenner was reconstructed and became a creme caramel dream for IT girls. The designer Virgil Abloh perfectly feels the thin line between streetwear and apparel of an ordinary woman. His sense of fashion is rather contemporary. You can take any piece of the West Village collection and adapt it to your own style easily.