Off-White™ and Babylon LA are teaming up for the third time now to release an expansive collection, their first in five years. Alongside the duo’s co-branded apparel, the collaboration is a complete multimedia affair, featuring a long list of influential artists and peers on board, providing special art and music to round out the far-reaching joint effort.

The duo invited artist Othelo Gervacio on board to devise watercolor-tinged imagery of wind-swept palm trees and skeletons toting torn umbrellas, which grace various T-shirts, hoodies and an American-made work jacket alongside “OFF” branding infused with Babylon’s peace sign motif. Additionally, there is a limited edition 144-page art book filled with contributions from friends of Off-White™ and Babylon.

These include Peter Sutherland, Verdy, CHITO, Kosuke Kawamura, Cali Thornhill Dewitt, Matt McCormick and, somehow, even more. There’s also an exclusive seven-inch flexidisc record dropping courtesy of producer Knxwledge, which reinterprets Vaughn’s performance of “Ill Wind.”

All of the collaborative “Ill Wind” Off-White™ goods hit Babylon LA’s website and revamped Los Angeles flagship on April 22.

 

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