This season, Off-White and END. come together for their second partnership, creating a capsule that leans in on Virgil Abloh’s love of dance music. The aesthetic draws heavily from ‘90s rave culture, and it’s evidenced with the bold, graffiti-like font — both branding and the collection’s name — that’s printed on either side of this black hoody. It’s cut from pure cotton and detailed with Off-White’s usuals, too, like the San Girolamo graphics and those iconic arrows. There’s subtle, co-branded font at one wrist, as well, to complete the collaborative look.