Off-White™ Presents Graffiti-Inspired Tableware With Ginori 1735

Off-White™ Presents Graffiti-Inspired Tableware With Ginori 1735


Off-White™ has collaborated with Italian tableware and home decor maker Ginori 1735 on a limited edition collection. The collaboration fuses Ginori 1735’s fine porcelain products with Off-White™’s streetwear-focused aesthetic. The inaugural collaboration is the first release of a larger partnership that is slated to arrive in 2022.

The limited collection takes on a graffiti-inspired design with black writing on top of pure white porcelain. Specifically, the collaboration utilizes the traditional shape of Ginori 1735’s Antico Doccia collection, which got its roots in the mid-1700s. Collaborating with Off-White™’s aesthetic fused the brand’s late-baroque Florentine cadence with contemporary culture. The tableware set features serving platters, dinner plates, a teapot and a teacup saucer set.

“This is a collection for the modern dining room – whether formal in a home, a millennial apartment, or simply a dorm room,” said Virgil Abloh, Chief Creative Director and Founder of Off-White™. “The imposition of the modernity of a logo and graffiti art with the respected house of Ginori 1735 is proof that good design can live on forever.”

The collection will make its debut at the Off-White™ Milan store during Milan Salone del Mobile Design Fair. To celebrate the inaugural collection between the two entities, the store’s ground floor will be made over into an immersive Off-White™ Home environment, showcasing a variety of the brand’s home decor pieces.

The Off-White™ c/o Ginori 1735 will be available beginning September 4 on Off-White™’s website, select Off-White™ boutiques, Ginori 1735’s website and Ginori 1735’s Milan flagship store.

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