Off-White Fall Winter 2023 Collection

When Ibrahim Kamara was studying at Central Saint Martins, he worked on a project entitled “2026,” which explored what black masculinity could look like 10 years in the future. It was exhibited at Somerset House as part of the show “Utopian Voices Here and Now.”

The British stylist’s past interests and focus can be clearly viewed in his fall winter ’23 collection at Paris Fashion Week for Off-White, his sophomore women’s collection since assuming the role of art and image director of the brand after the death of Virgil Abloh.

Titled “Lunar Delivery,” Kamara created a collection that was inspired by creating new worlds, and looks balanced current trends with futuristic, galactic looks. Graduated silver grommet details on coats, dresses, skirts and kilts were polished with opaque hosiery and a variety of footwear, from explorer-ready sneakers and hiking boots to a series of boots and mules decked out with maps. Other boots and heels had either strong square toes (some accented at the tip with metallic detailing), others had a pointed platform toe.

See all the looks from the runway here.

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