OFF WHITE AND CHURCH’S TEAMED UP FOR THE METEOR CONSUL DRES’S SHOE
Off-White’s moment footwear style in collaboration with Church’s is here. Designed by the late Virgil Abloh, the moment emphasis of the genderless capsule collection highlights a take on the Prada-owned British footwear brand’s Consul fashion, which dates back to 1945. Made of dark calfskin, the oxford shoe fashion underlines Off-White’s “Meteor” specifying, which joins circular holes all through the body of the shoe reviewing meteor shower cavities. The fashion is wrapped up with a trademark Off-White hangtag and laces.
This collaboration was part of Abloh’s final collection for the name he established and utilized to disturb the whole design environment at the fair for a decade. Among the design codes brought back for the collection, Abloh’s cited content on pieces of clothing and accessories made a return, especially within the “Little Black Dress” a black sequined mini dress that demonstrates Kendall Jenner wore with coordinating black sequined heels with larger than average bows the designer has already put forward.
The classic cap-toe Oxford, crafted on Church’s most famous 173 last, now appears with large holes decorating its finely brushed and polished black calfskin leather upper like a smattering of polka dots. A trademark Off-White™ hangtag in green leather is secured to the shoe by a metal rivet, while laces bare the word “SHOELACES” on them in Abloh’s usual manner. Likewise, the tan leather insole combines both parties’ branding.
The Off-White™ x Church’s Consul “Meteor” retails for $1,706 USD
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