Combining a signature Church’s style with Off-White™’s distinctive detailing, the shoe takes cues from Virgil Abloh‘s initial design, incorporating circular holes into the shoe’s smooth leather upper. Transforming a typically traditional formalwear shoe into a breathable summer silhouette, the “Meteor” is made of polished black calfskin and complete with Off-White™ laces with the words “SHOELACES” plastered across them. Finished with a green leather hangtag, the shoe boasts a co-branded, tan leather insole.
Phase two of the partnership comes shortly after the brands joined forces earlier this year to revamp Church’s Burwood silhouette, originally designed back in 1953. With Off-White™’s “Question Everything” philosophy at the forefront of both collaborations, each shoe sees the brands merging heritage with contemporary design details.
The Consul “Meteor” is available for purchase from Off-White™’s website and from select stores. In other footwear-related news, check out the new digital sneaker from EBIT™.