Since the passing of Virgil Abloh, founder and creative director of Off-White, everything was more or less at a standstill due to the shock of this unexpected news. As time has passed, we have all come to terms with this great loss and things have started to develop normally.

This normalcy has led Off-White, one of streetwear’s star brands and known in part for its collaborations, to realize its first joint project since Abloh left us. With whom? With iconic British shoemaker Church’s.

Both designed a shoe, before Virgil passed away that debuted at the “Spaceship eart: an imaginary Experiencie” show that the brand held during the last edition of Paris Fashion Week (PFW).
This brogue style model, made in black brushed calfskin, reflects the different identities of the two brands, as we can see in the images below, since on the one hand we have the iconic Church’s Burwood silhouette, launched in 1953, and on the other the characteristic details of Virgil, such as the green label, this time made in leather, and the words “Special events” screen-printed in white on the side of each shoe.
After seeing these Off-White™ c/o and Church’s shoes, there is no doubt that the memory and style that Virgil Abloh created will live on for a long time to come. If you want a pair, they are available now in both shops and on the Church’s website.