Top drops of the week: Off-White, KITH, and Barbie impress

Off-White “WORKOUT” Capsule

Creative Director and content king Virgil Abloh strikes again. The video that accompanies this latest collaboration between Off-White and SSENSE is something of a mix between a preview for a Netflix original sci-fi hit and a Jordan Peele movie trailer. You don’t quite know what’s going on, and you’re not sure that you want to, but it looks pretty cool.

Though quotation marks are a staple on all of Off-White’s products, it works especially well with this collection. Yes, I would like to “WORKOUT” in this $330 ‘sports’ bra made of jersey material.

And this fabulous $605 sweatshirt.

A few other favorites in the collection include neoprene leggings and a ‘jogging’ shirt.

With the premium label pricing, this collection is more for the streetwear enthusiast than the workout queen.

KITH Women Positive Energy Capsule

KITH is one of those modern day streetwear brands that requires you buy into the label more so than the actual garments. And baby have I bought in — the brand has mastered marrying materials with movement. There is some good energy here indeed, and at a decent price point, too.

I love this bodysuit with an invisible zipper, priced at $120.

If you’re craving something softer and springier, check out this ombre sweatshirt ($150).

I also think I need this white long-sleeved T subtly studded with the KITH logo ($75). I’m all about an understated(ish) flex.

Add some positive energy to your cart!


I’ve recently found myself returning to the looks that defined my childhood: monochrome outifts, slicked back ponies, comfy pants, sneakers conducive to a game of soccer at recess. Heck, even cowboy boots and lipgloss are back in the rotation.

Though Barbies were never my doll of choice — s/o Groovy Girls and American Girl Dolls — this new collection fits right in with my nostalgic phase.

I admit I’m not over millennial pink just yet, and this $35 T would make a great spring outfit with some daisy dukes and sneakers.

These delightfully pastel sneakers ($75) also seem like a good buy.

All in all, it’s been a great week for the closet and a scary one for the bank account.