The pride of Sweden and everyone’s go-to furniture store is on a roll lately with collaborations and it isn’t stopping anytime soon.
After previewing its upcoming partnership with Off-White and announcing another with LEGO, IKEA is now turning to the world of sports and fitness with an adidas team up.
The homeware brand took to Instagram with a video teasing the collaboration. The collection features home sports equipment “for women, by women.”
Given that the IKEA x Off-White collection will only be available in 2020, we won’t keep our hopes up just yet on a nearby release.
Take a look below at the Instagram video tease.
After it was revealed last year that Virgil Abloh’s Off-White was teaming up with IKEA, we finally have a first look at the collection.
While Abloh himself alongside a variety of sources have been posting teases and glimpses of the collaboration, IKEA has set up a preview alongside the release of several official images.
The preview is currently open at IKEA’s Democratic Design Day at its headquarters in Sweden, giving u our best look yet from what to expect.
The exhibition of sorts features homeware and furniture from the collection, including several floor rugs, chairs, shelving units, bedding and more.
However, IKEA announced that the collection is to only due to drop in 2020, without an exact release date. So we’ll still have to wait before we can pimp out our houses in Off-White.[caption id="attachment_13922" align="alignnone" width="1024"] Image: Highsnobiety / Daniel Pearson[/caption]
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We first heard about Virgil Abloh’s Off-White working with Swedish powerhouse IKEA back in mid-2017.
This time, thanks to an Instagram post by businessman Dmitry Portnyagin, we now have a better look at the collection, particularly on a collection of rugs. Portnyagin had a glimpse of the collection while visiting IKEA’s creative lab in Sweden.
In addition to a previously seen FRAKTA bag with the text “SCULPTURE”, two rugs take centre stage in the social media post – a large red rug with the words “BLUE” in blue and a paisley-print rug with “KEEP OFF” on it.
There’s no release date as of yet so stay tuned to find out more.
Why dream of a white Christmas when you can make it Off-White instead?
Elusive Christmas decoration makers Bootleg Baubles are making Christmas great again with a bauble inspired by the hypest label right now, Off-White.[caption id="attachment_10513" align="alignnone" width="1000"] Image: Bootleg Baubles[/caption]
Complete with a “BAUBLE” label and red plastic tag, the Off-White-inspired bauble retails at £8, with free worldwide shipping if you spend a minimum of £40.
Besides Off-White, Bootleg Baubles has also reimagined the famed IKEA bag as a stocking.[caption id="attachment_10516" align="alignnone" width="1000"] Image: Bootleg Baubles[/caption]
While the Off-White bauble is limited to 100 quantities, the IKEA bag is limited to 50, so grab them while stocks (pun intended) last.