- Louis Vuitton will introduce the last assortment by architect Virgil Abloh in Miami on Tuesday, following his demise from malignant growth at 41 years old.
“In cherishing the memory of Virgil Abloh, Louis Vuitton honours the life and tradition of an innovative virtuoso with a show of his Spring-Summer 2022 Collection in Miami on November 30th,” the design house said on Twitter.
The 41-year-old Abloh was Louis Vuitton’s exploring head of menswear, the primary dark creative chief at a significant French extravagance mark.
The Chicago-conceived architect and DJ had been secretly battling an uncommon type of disease beginning around 2019, however, kicked the bucket on Sunday.
Abloh was a pioneer of streetwear on the catwalk as an innovative chief for Kanye West, organizer of brand Off-White, and with Louis Vuitton beginning around 2018.
The declaration of his demise set off an overflowing of melancholy across the design world.
“We are stunned by this awful news,” said Bernard Arnault, CEO of LVMH, the gathering that claims Louis Vuitton.
“Virgil was a virtuoso architect, a visionary, yet additionally a man with a wonderful soul and extraordinary insight,” he added. (AFP
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