Where to buy the Off-White activewear line for women
Image: Instagram user offwhiteactive
See all the images from the campaign shoot. We are obsessed and we need it all.
If you haven't heard of Off-White, you must have been living under a rock. No judgements though, the fashion world can be pretty hectic. This fashion label is making waves on social media and it's all we have seen on our Instagram feeds for the past six months.
Off-White just debuted its activewear line for women and we have all the shots from the campaign. There has never been a better time to start working out.
The brand was founded in 2012 by American creative designer Virgil Abloh. That name might sound familiar to you, as he has just collaborated with Louis Vuitton to become the new men's artistic director. And what he has come up with have been selling like hotcakes. Off-White has been worn by social media influencers and celebrities like Kendall Jenner, Bella Hadid and Kanye West.
The Off-White activewear line features a bold colour palette of black, white and plenty of neon colours to make you stand out from the crowd. We can see the signature arrow and text logos on all the pieces. There is an obvious mix of activewear and streetwear, which is right on trend at the moment.
When can you get your hands on the collection?
Sadly, there has been no release information as of yet but we will keep you updated as soon as the news is revealed. In the meantime, here are all the pictures we have seen so far from the activewear campaign.
Images: Instagram user offwhiteactive
Where to buy Off-White
Off-White can be a little hard to track down, considering how popular it is. But these retailers make it easier for us. We recommend shopping Off-White at:
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