Off-White’s recently debuted Fall 2015 Women’s Ready-to-Wear collection is the label’s strongest showing yet.The Charlie Hebdo shooting was the main source of inspiration behind the message of the collection. Abloh experienced the overwhelming outflow of emotion and support in the wake of the attack, and stated “I felt it needed to be documented in art”. Fashion is purely materialistic by trade, but Abloh sought to make a statement with this collection. A simplified peace sign sets the tone for other graphics like “War is not over” and “Dazed still confused” which embody the contemporary hippie theme of the collection. As for the clothes, flowing silhouettes dominate the collection, which is entitled “Split Ends” which makes a reference to the bell-bottom-like pants that are seen here. The collection’s predominantly cream and light brown colors evoke nostalgia of a bygone era while even its black and green accents create a peaceful resolve as well. As is the case with Off-White’s past collections, the outerwear really leaves nothing to be desired, with standouts being sherpa bombers as well as a fox-fur long coat.