Marking the very last chapter of Project MAYBACH, designed and created by Virgil Abloh himself along with Mercedes-Benz Group AG Chief Design Officer Gorden Wagener last year, and changed into finalized rapidly before Abloh’s tragic passing in November.
The collaboration consists of other Mercedes-Maybach and is about to be discovered in the following couple of days. The vehicle which has been teased on Instagram has additionally stimulated a capsule collection in collaboration with Off-White™, taking layout cues from the Project MAYBACH electric-powered display vehicle, which has been known as the “ultimate legacy car.”
Of course, there is ample to the still-to-be-discovered vehicle than simply its precise layout.
The clothing launched along the auto consists of a co-branded hoodie with the same sand tone as the auto with an antique wash, in addition, to an identical canvas cap, half-brushed cotton fleece sweatshirt, and gloves with blue “ABLOH” velcro straps throughout the wrists crafted from neoprene and suede.
The limited-version S-Class and capsule collection marks Virgil Abloh’s 0.33 and very last collaboration with Mercedes-Benz, and his 2nd with Mercedes-Maybach, and left a positive mark on the label itself. Abloh’s collaboration marked a brand new generation of innovation for Mercedes, and positioned emphasis on a new era and sustainability, which has stimulated the label for destiny projects.
Despite the Virgil Abloh collaboration coming to an end, his effect can be felt for future years at Mercedes-Benz. The clothing series can be copped beginning April 5th online at Off-White™ in addition to on Farfetch and Maybach Icons of Luxury online stores. Additionally, the capsule collection can also be on sale at pick-out Off-White™ stores.
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