Since 1891, Victorinox’s Swiss Army Knife has been a worldwide staple. But even with its lengthy history, the brand has collaborated with a number of brands from adidas to Piapro Characters. Now, the brand has linked up with Virgil Abloh’s Off-White™ to update its staple creation.
The new limited-edition collaborative Swiss Army Knife came to be over the course of two years. As opposed to the piece’s signature red design, the reimagined edition comes in crisp white with black graphics of the included knife components alongside the collaborative branding.
For the first time, the Swiss Army Knife appears in Corian Solid Surface, which is crafted from acrylic resin and other minerals. Additionally, the piece is a part of the Milan-based brand’s “Equipment” project with Post Archive Fashion. The limited-edition piece features only 3,000 units.
Retailing for $500 USD, the Off-White c/o Victorinox Limited Edition is available now on Victorinox’s website, at Victorinox stores and at Off-White™’s London, Milan and Paris flagship stores.In related news, Off-White™ EQUIPMENT™ c/o Helinox refines packable furniture.
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