FAQ About Virgil Abloh. Nike. ICONS
On January 11, 2021 Virgil Abloh announced Virgil Abloh. Nike. ICONS, a new book, published by Taschen. To support local business the book had an early sale period through selected Black-owned bookstores and independent retailers, including MENDO. The response has been tremendous. Taschen decided to postpone the general release to April and use all available copies for early buyers. If you bought a copy at MENDO on January 12th, you are an early buyer, and your order is scheduled to ship first half of February. You will receive a track & trace as soon as it ships.
UPDATE: Virgil Abloh. Nike. ICONS is now available. Order your copy here.
Below a few of the frequently asked questions, involving Virgil Abloh. Nike. ICONS
I pre-ordered the book. It is supposed to ship in April. Is this still the case?
Yes, Taschen is currently preparing the global launch. The latest news is that MENDO will have copies on Monday the 19th of April. You will receive a track & trace as soon as your purchase ships. If you have chosen ‘pick up at MENDO’ you will receive an email when you can come by to collect you copy.
I have pre-ordered, when will I receive my copy?
Your pre-order will ship when the next drop arrives, which is scheduled for Monday the 19th of April. If anything changes information can be found on this page.
I ordered a copy on 12 January. When will I receive it?
In order to fulfill all early sale purchases, Taschen decided to postpone the general release to April and use all available copies for early buyers. These books are scheduled to arrive at MENDO 1st half of February and we start shipping as soon as stock arrives. You will receive a track & trace as soon as it ships.
I ordered a copy but didn’t receive a confirmation.
Please check your spam folder. If you can’t find a confirmation there, send an email to [email protected] with your first and last name and the email address you used for the purchase.
If you are amongst the people who ordered on January 12th, or if you’ve pre-ordered a copy more recently, thank you for supporting MENDO as a local business, and thank you for your patience.
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