Offset Walked in Off-White’s Paris Fashion Week Men’s Show – Vogue

When Offset made his runway debut at New York Fashion Week last September at Jeremy Scott, he was clearly excited about the opportunity. He walked in a Pikachu-covered sweatshirt as his rapper friends, including 21 Savage and fellow Migos member Quavo, looked on from the front row. “It was great to do show people that I can do something outside of rap,” Offset told Vogue at the time. “I’d love the opportunity to do it again.”

Offset didn’t have to wait too long to see that become a reality. Just this morning the Atlanta star made yet another memorable runway appearance dressed in a massive lilac puffer that boasted a built-in cross-body bag at the Off-White show, undoubtedly one of the hottest tickets at Paris men’s Fashion Week.

It’s not the first time that Off-White’s Virgil Abloh, who is also the artistic director of Louis Vuitton’s menswear, has tapped musicians to moonlight as models. Last year, Playboi Carti (who also appeared at Off-White today), Steve Lacy, and Dev Hynes all walked in his inaugural Louis Vuitton show. Now that the designer has brought Offset into the fold, the Migos rapper has officially turned bona fide fashion force. Though rapping may be his main gig for now—he’s currently at work on his debut solo album—modeling is shaping up to be a pretty sweet side hustle.