Here are all the fashion news you missed this week!
1. Off-White unveils its new logo in Paris.
It looks like Virgil Abloh just revamped the Off-White logo. The new logo features the graphics of a face in the middle accompanied by two hands on the either side of the face. One hand falls under the word "Off" and the other under the word "White." Virgil first teased about the new logo on his personal Instagram and captioned it with, "@off____white™ **updated identity. miscellaneous images." The logo has since then appeared in the brand's Spring 2020 RTWrunway show in Paris. The said collection is called "Meteor Shower."
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2. Demna Gvasalia leaves Vetements.
Demna Gvasalia is leaving Vetements, the streetwear brand he co-founded five years ago. He says that he's out to "pursue new vetures," WWD reports. "I started Vetements because I was bored of fashion and against all odds fashion did change once and forever since Vetements appeared and it also opened a new door for so many. So I feel that I have accomplished my mission of a conceptualist and design innovator at this exceptional brand and Vetements has matured into a company that can evolve its creative heritage into a new chapter on its own," he adds.
Prior to his departure from Vetements, Demna was wearing two hats as the creative director of both Vetements and Balenciaga. For now, Vetements will be run by the members of its existing design team alongside Demna's brother.
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3. Adidas releases a new customizable bomber jacket.
Adidas has a new take on the classic letterman jacket. The sports retail brand launches the VRCT jacket, which you can customize with cool patches. They collaborated with local artists for Philippine-exclusive patches you can put on your jacket. The VRCT jacket retails for P4800 and is available in all Adidas stores and online.
4. Take a look at these new Nike Air Force 1 sneakers.
Nike's iconic Air Force 1 sneakers gets a colorful boot. The Shadow colorway was inspired by women, "building from the strength of the 1s Reimagined and extending belief in continually shifting the paradigm of what it means to celebrate Nike classics," Nike shares in a statement. The Air Force 1 Shadow is now available at select Nike stores and retailers in the Philippines and retails for P5795.
5. Burberry partners with The RealReal.
Unlike Chanel, luxury brand Burberry has partnered with luxury consignment site The RealReal. This coincides with the brand's effort to promote sustainability in the world of fashion. WWD reports that "the partnership is a means of educating and directing consumers who wish to consign their Burberry items, or to shop for old Burberry pieces, on The RealReal’s site."
While Burberry won't exactly be providing unsold stock or giving perks to the consignor, the brand rewards The RealReal's customers, who sign up Burberry products on the site. The luxury label will be granting a personal shopping experience that includes champagne, high tea, and a personal selection of new Burberry products to shop from, including their latest collections.
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