Seeing Things sweatshirt
Urban streetwear collides with conventional high design at Off-White with this Screaming Girl Over sweatshirt finished in the image of the brand's offbeat aesthetic. This black cotton Screaming Girl Over sweatshirt from Off-White features a ribbed crew neck, long sleeves, a ribbed hem and cuffs, black and white screaming girl print on the front, 'Seeing Things' print in baby blue near the hem on the front and rear and classic logo in ocean print detail to the back..
Designer colour: NERO
Designer Style ID: OMBA007F171920481088
Farfetch ID: 12182756
Item fits true to size
- 95 cm
- 185 cm
- 93 cm
- 78 cm
Model is wearing size: m
- 37.4 in
- 72.8 in
- 36.6 in
- 30.7 in
Model is wearing size: m
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- Cotton 100%
- Washing Instructions:
- Machine Wash
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Virgil Abloh is responsible for the high fashion streetwear brand Off-White. Forcing the streetwear crowd to view the urban scene through his disruptive architectural eye. Albloh created a line that combines graphic emblems and Japanese infused structure for a hype driven audience. After gaining momentum with his prior brand Pyrex, sold originally in his multi-designer boutique. Virgil used his outlook as a global citizen to create a new concept inspired by the cross pollination of current omnichannel media. The outcome was an athletically city driven line with a high-end, gender neutral finish.