Virgil Abloh presented his fourth collection as artistic director of Louis Vuitton during Paris Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2020. And the collection all about suit and the show was based off the concept of ‘’Heaven on Earth’’ and an ode to the freedom of thought. He deconstructed the suit, quite literally, by carving it up into
Virgil Abloh unveiled the Off-White’s Fall/Winter 2020 collection, titled ‘’Tornado Warning’’, during Paris Fashion Week Men’s. The collection showcased the label’s signature touches, a thoughtful complement to the Spring/Summer 2020 “Meteor Shower” last year, including slick knitwear and cut-out blazers, unmissable branding, slouchy suits, baggy denim and bold patterns. ©Off-White
For Fall/Winter 2019, Virgil Abloh gave his signature street-smart sportswear a ladylike edge. ‘’There’s an empowered woman, a young woman, that I’m enjoying not treating as a passing trend’’, he said in a preview. All of the Off-White’s biggest hits were still there, alongside them were touches of both polished menswear and eveningwear. Abloh played
Virgil Abloh presented his second collection as creative director of menswear under luxury French house Louis Vuitton at Jardin des Tuileries during Paris Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2019. The show’s setting was like any other New York City trope that’s often seen in movies: An annoyed resident cracks his window open to shush noisy neighbors; a
Virgil Abloh presented his Fall/Winter 2019 men’s collection for Off-White at the Carrousel de Louvre during Paris Fashion Week. The show was titled ‘’Public Television’’, an exploration of his favorite shows growing up, from American children’s TV series ”Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood” to sports broadcasts. ©Off-White
Virgil Abloh’s interest in the unfinished came across very clearly in the Off-White Men’s Pre-Fall 2019 collection. For this collection dubbed ‘’Incompiuto Pt. 1’’, Abloh’s applied his passion for the incomplete to clothes themselves. He drew inspiration from the artist collective Alterazioni Video, which has made a 10-year study of unfinished public works in Italy.
After his collaboration with Nike and Serena Williams, Virgil Abloh teamed up again with the sportswear giant for his Spring/Summer 2019 Off-White ready-to-wear show. This time, he turned his attention to track and field, a theme that was seen in clothes, but also in the stadium-themed set and in the guests on the front-row: the