Victorinox and Off-White Comes Together and Launches OFF-WHITE C/O VICTORINOX Limited Edition
Victorinox and Off-White Comes Together and Launches OFF-WHITE C/O VICTORINOX Limited Edition

Extraordinary, limited, and up-to-date – these keywords perfectly describe the all-new and exclusive Off-White c/o Victorinox Limited Edition. The co-created Swiss Army Knife brings together the best of both brands and ingeniously combines Victorinox expertise and its brand values of functionality, quality, innovation, and iconic design with the creativity and boldness of Off-White. Off-White and Victorinox – are two brands, with one mission to equip the world with functionality and sophisticated style for any urban adventure.

It all started with the core idea of beginnings – the beginning of mankind’s oldest stone tool, the Stone Age “Swiss Army Knife” and at the same time the beginning of an exciting collaboration of two well-known established lifestyle brands. “We are excited about the outcome of the Off-White c/o Victorinox Limited Edition bringing together Victorinox tradition and knowledge with the young and up-to-date brand Off-White representing today’s understanding of urban adventure, an attitude that we share for all of our products”, commented Veronika Elsener, Chief of Marketing at Victorinox.  

The design of the blades represents the shapes of ancient tools made from stone and used for cutting, drilling, skinning, and other tasks in prehistoric times. The blades’ rounded edges slightly protrude from the corpus of the pocket knife giving this limited edition an absolutely unique look. Besides the extraordinary shape of the blades, the silhouette of the single tools, when positioned in the correct order next to each other, resembles a fig leaf. This allusion to Adam and Eve is linked to the core concept of beginnings. Limited to 3’000 pieces only worldwide, sequential numbering is engraved on the blade and makes every limited piece one of a kind.

The theme of the ancient stone tool is also represented by a completely new material that has never previously been used on a Swiss Army Knife. Corian Solid Surface is a solid, nonporous, homogeneous surfacing material, composed of resin and natural minerals. These minerals are composed of aluminum trihydrate, derived from bauxite, an ore from which aluminum is extracted. Bauxite is a sedimentary rock with a relatively high aluminum content. The Corian scales are like a real stone to the touch, accentuated by their weight, matt surface, and resilience to scratches and wear.

The scales are white, complemented by black prints. On the front scale, the Victorinox Cross and Shield logo and further iconic symbols representing the heritage of the brand are imprinted, along with the name and the year of this limited edition. On the back scale, a series of images represents the evolution from stone to the tool. Off-White invited Victorinox to collaborate on a very special and limited edition Swiss Army Knife as the hero product of the “Equipment” project in partnership with Post Archive Faction (PAF). PAF is a South Korean menswear brand launched by Dongjoon Lim and Sookyo Jeong in 2018.

In strong alignment with Virgil Abloh, the two brands worked for hand in hand for the next two years to develop this unique design piece with innovative elements never seen before at Swiss Army Knife. For both Off-White and Victorinox, design competence is at the heart of everything they do. Creating an iconic product together was the driving force of the joint collaboration proving the continuous design evolution of the multitool driven by expert designers.

The Off-White c/o Victorinox Limited Edition can be purchased in selected stores and online. Victorinox guarantees all knives and tools be of first-class stainless steel. Each item has a lifetime guarantee against any defects in material and workmanship. Victorinox prides itself on more than 135 years of experience in the manufacturing of high-quality knives in Switzerland.

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