In honor of the 500th anniversary of Leondardo Da Vinci’s death, the Musée du Louvre and Virgil Abloh’s Off-White label announced a special collaboration in tandem with the “Leonardo da Vinci” exhibition, on display until February 24, 2020, the Louvre said Monday.

To mark the occasion, Off-White released a capsule of gender-bending, urban hoodies, t-shirts and skirts, celebrating the life and works of Da Vinci, whose areas of interest spanned from art to science to architecture.

It’s not the first time Abloh, a trained architect, engineer, artist, DJ and member of Kanye West’s woke, elite circle, has made a creative sashay into the art world. In June of this year, the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago presented Virgil Abloh: “Figures of Speech,” the first museum exhibition devoted to Abloh’s work – a show that highlighted Abloh’s multi-disciplinary reach — media and visual artists, music and graphic design, as well as architecture and fashion.