The label is set to debut a more economically-priced line of clothing.
Fans of Off-White rejoice, the label has announced plans to manufacture a lower priced line of clothing. According to Hypebeast, the collection, which is aptly titled "For All," will contain pieces with a price cut, where a t-shirt that normally costs $175 USD will retail for $95.
The label's creative director Virgil Abloh recently spoke to Business of Fashion about the collection, revealing that "the price tier allows for a new customer to see themselves within the overall concept of the fashion label." Abloh continues to note how "Off-White can be luxury at a traditional luxury price point, or equally it can be relevant at an affordable price point."
The collection is now available in 11 Off-White retailers worldwide, which includes the brand's locations in Sydney, New York and Hong Kong. However, this isn't the only affordable collection the brand has up its sleeve, as Abloh reveals that he will release these affordable goods "periodically but with the freedom to decide where and when in each instance."
Alongside the release of the "For All" collection, the brand has also recently announced a limited edition set of cycling caps.