How to wear: Off-White

It is not easy nowadays to know everything. Certainly not in the field of fashion. These days you often have to be a fashionista to know how to wear something or how a designer intended his items. Fortunately, we at Artishock give you advice on how to actually wear it!

Justin Bieber was recently stopped in the United States by a police officer because he thought he had stolen the shoes he was wearing. Why? According to the agent in question, Bieber aroused suspicion because there was still a security label attached to his shoe. Justin was wearing a pair of Off-White shoes and had left the red label on his shoes. Case of fashion flash or fashion flatter?

Off-White is known for doing things differently and we at Artishock know all too well! We have just gone out to investigate and offer you the answer to your two frequently asked Off-White questions below!

How to: Leave labels hanging or not?

Just to get straight to the point: REMOVE THEM! We found an Off-White video on the official Vimeo page that is very clear... You should remove the label and zip-ties from your clothing! They were intended to ware not for resale! It also doesn't wear very easy, we can tell you! Then why are there any zip-ties on the items of clothing? This is probably due to Virgil's background as an architect. With this statement he wanted to re-contextualize the industrial zip-tie in the fashion world with a nod to his career trajectory.

 

How to: How do I wear the Industrial belt?

There are several roads that lead to Rome, as well as several ways to wear the industrial belt. Fortunately, Off-White gives you advice! Follow the video instructions to create your perfect look.

Now you are completely Off-White proof. Time to shop ....!


BRAND NEW: KENT & CURWEN

For almost a century now, Kent & Curwen has stood as a model of authentic British men's clothing, known for its classic style, excellent materials and impeccable tailoring. Creative director Daniel Kearns has, in collaboration with David Beckham, a new blueprint for Kent & Curwen: a fresh look at the English heritage for the way men dress today.

Not many people know that David Beckham is behind the Kent & Curwen brand. If one of the most stylish men in the world hangs its name on a brand, then we are fans! K&C brings a nice classic basic collection this summer. Think rugby, cricket, the English romantic cottage feeling, Brit-cool and you have an idea. A very nice line that can be worn on a nice pair of trousers or on a pair of jeans perfect for the cooler spring days.

For AW|19 Kent & Curwen comes with a very cool Peaky Blinders collection. The hit series of Netflix that takes place in Birmingham at the time of the reclamation in the last century. Who does not know this tough look? When this line will come out is unfortunately not yet known.

Kent & Curwen is exclusively available at Artishock in Eindhoven.

Brand new: KASSL

New in the collection at Artishock, the jacket collection by KASSL!

Edgy, bold, eye-catching and completely contemporary. These are really the terms that jump straight into your head when you see the KASSL collection. KASSL is a fashion brand with only one item. The brand specializes in making the perfect, eternal coat in its own style. KASSL reinvented the authentic fisherman jacket together with a collective of fashion-literate friends from all over Europe.

In close cooperation with an expert manufacturer from the center of the German city of Kassel, the brand saw the fashion potential of this jacket that resulted in a current ladies clothing label. KASSL presents new editions of this striking jacket every fashion season.

The KASSL jacket has glued seams and ventilation holes at the back, making it water-repellent and breathable. Original functional details are buttons that are fastened with metal rings so that they never fall off.

All this ensures that KASSL presents chic and highly functional outerwear every season. Exclusively available in Eindhoven at Artishock!

KASSL Pink trenchcoat 

KASSL Beige trenchcoat

KASSL black trenchcoat

KASSL transparant trenchcoat