Off-White Just Launched a Beauty Collection

Just like its fashion collections, Off-White’s new beauty collection entitled PAPERWORK—the first release hit last week—is inspiring, unique, progressive and imaginative. The line was the brainchild of the late Virgil Abloh, and he described the launch as “another canvas, another surface for human expression.” Here’s everything we know.

Defined as genderless and ageless, the first launch, called Solution, is all about fragrance and features four different scents. According to a release, the perfumes were crafted by Abloh himself, alongside perfumers Alexis Dadier, Jerome Epinette and Sidonie Lancesseur. All of them take inspiration from different beauties, like the textures, colors and smells of sand and the different cultures and seashores around the world.

The upcoming launches will feature six Imprint face and body pigment crayons—these will come in six different shades—and six Color Matter nail polishes. Each category taps into one singular sense: smell, sight and touch.

All launches will be available on off— and the newly beauty-forward, which went live last week.

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