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adidas Yeezy BOOST 350 v3, Official Images Of Virgil Abloh’s Next Off-White x Nike Air Max 97, And More

Kanye West’s adidas Yeezy sub-brand was one of the biggest players once again in this week’s crop of top stories. Highlighted by confirmation of the adidas Yeezy Boost 350 v3’s release, the enigmatic rapper never manages to never fade too far from the sneaker spotlight. Another upper echelon sneaker collaborator, Virgil Abloh maintained his weekly spot in top stories as well with official images of a fourth Off-White Air Max 97 done up in black and white making their way to …

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Hirshleifers Debuts Virgil Abloh-Designed “Bedroom” Shop-In-Shop

Having already hosted sneaker stalwart store KITH for a special installation, New York retailer Hirshleifers recently tapped Virgil Abloh to design a new Off-White™ shop-in-shop, dubbed “Bedroom.” The intimate space offers an understated display surrounded by an expansive selection from Abloh’s label, complet…

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Virgil Abloh x SSENSE’s “CUTTING ROOM FLOOR” Products Are Now Available

Earlier this month, Virgil Abloh and SSENSE teamed up on an exhibition entitled “CUTTING ROOM FLOOR.” Abloh’s personal studio in Chicago was recreated at the Montreal space, spotlighting diverse objects such as DJ equipment, shoeboxes, and works on paper. Those who weren’t able to attend the event can…

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Virgil Abloh’s Off-White x Nike Will Release In Infant Sizes

Nike’s recognizing that even the infants of the world need hype gear. According to py_rates, Virgil Abloh and Nike will offer up two colorways of the Off-White x Nike Air Force 1 Low in crib and toddler sizes beginning this November. The upcoming Black/Cone/White and Volt/Cone/White/Hyper Jade iterations of the Air Force 1 Low, both of which have yet to release in adult sizes, will be available for purchase, although it is unclear if a miniature orange hang-tag will be part of this drop…

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NYC Bookstore Hosts “Bootleg T-Shirt Show” With Virgil Abloh, Cali Thornhill Dewitt and More

While the rest of the world tries to escape deception from fake designer vendors, New York cult bookshop Printed Matter specifically commissioned appropriated visuals for the third installment of their “Bootleg T-Shirt Show,” including pieces by Virgil Abloh, Cali Thornhill Dewitt, Michael Amzalag and many more.

Started in 2012 by Printed Matter’s curator…

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