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September 27, 2019 1 min read

In their first presentation without the world's busiest creative director Virgil Abloh (he's currently out of office on personal leave), the OFF-WHITE 2020 Paris Fashion Week Runway Show was another phenomenal womenswear presentation. The pieces ranged from one-piece bodysuits to long flowing alternative dresses. 

Our personal favorite looks from this season's show were the athleisure pieces. Virgil and team's extensive collaborations with NIKE seem to have really inspired the originality and style of their sexy women's athletic wear.

For a breakdown of the whole show and all of the looks, check out the coverage on VOGUE


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