Off-White Launches Homewares Collaboration with Ginori 1735

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Off-White has joined forces with antique Italian brand Ginori 1735 to curate an exclusive homeware collection. The unexpected collaboration features a combination of Virgil Abloh’s signature design motifs and late-baroque Florentine silverware.


The tableware collaboration is based on the traditional shape of Ginori 1735’s Antico Doccia collection, which has been used since the mid-1700s and features dinner plates, serving platters, a teapot and a teacup saucer set.
Each piece combines Abloh’s aesthetic with Ginori 1735’s late-baroque Florentine silverware, with Off-White graffiti superimposed on the crockery in a simplified colour palette of black and white to allow the collection to “compliment any kitchen or home”.


The capsule collection is limited edition and features a selection of homeware ranging from teapots to plates and cups. Announced by Abloh himself on Instagram, the designer shared a handful of iPhone photos documenting the collaboration process, revealing that he “bailed on the gold last minute.” Originally, some pieces were designed with a gold rim, but Abloh wrote that “it wasn’t needed for this phase.”

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The collaboration combines Off-White™’s signature contemporary streetwear aesthetic with Ginori 1735’s traditional elements and top-of-the-line design, creating a complete tableware set including dinner plates, serving platters, teapot, and teacup and saucer set. Each piece is designed with a white base, contrasted with a graffiti-inspired Off-White™ logo in black.

Commenting on the collection, Virgil Abloh, chief creative director and founder of Off-White, said in a statement: “This is a collection for the modern dining room – whether formal in a home, a millennial apartment, or simply a dorm room. 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.”


This marks the first release between the two luxury brands, with Ginori 1735 stating that a larger partnership will follow in 2022.

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The collection was unveiled at the Off-White Milan store via Bigli 2 during Milan Salone del Mobile Design Fair. The store’s ground floor has been transformed into an immersive Off-White Home environment, where different “objects” across multiple categories are connected into a visual dialogue of product design.
Off-White c/o Ginori 1735 limited edition homeware is available on both Off-White and Ginori 1735’s websites, select Off-White boutiques, the Ginori 1735 Milan flagship, and Farfetch.com. Prices range from 165 to 485 pounds / 170 to 500 euros / 245 to 720 US dollars.

The store’s ground floor has been transformed into an immersive Off-White Home environment, where different “objects” across multiple categories are connected into a visual dialogue of product design. The store’s ground floor has been transformed into an immersive Off-White Home environment, where different “objects” across multiple categories are connected into a visual dialogue of product design. The store’s ground floor has been transformed into an immersive Off-White Home environment, where different “objects” across multiple categories are connected into a visual dialogue of product design. The store’s ground floor has been transformed into an immersive Off-White Home environment, where different “objects” across multiple categories are connected into a visual dialogue of product design.