This is a Journey into Sound: Keepall Bandoulière 50

Virgil Abloh is not only the founder of the steetwear label Off-White and art director of Louis Vuitton's menswear collection, he also moonlights as a DJ. Which brings us to this weekender, the Keepall Bandoulière 50, that was inspired by the world of ska music – easily recognizable by the black-and-white, slightly psychedelic checkerboard pattern.

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