The Louis Vuitton Foundation hosts a tribute to Virgil Ablo

The Louis Vuitton The Foundation organizes a tribute exhibition Virgil Abloh . Virgil Ablo, iconic fashion designer, founder of the Off-White brand, and Louis Vuitton, creative director of the men’s clothing line, died last autumn. This was a significant loss for the fashion industry.

After his death, his last Louis Vuitton SS 22 show was held, where they presented a collection here with the symbolic name Virgil.

The WWD has announced that the Louis Vuitton Foundation is hosting a tribute to Virgil Ablo. The Coming of Age Exposition will be held in Paris from 13 to 27 April. Virgil’s private exhibitions have already been held at museums in Paris, Beijing, Milan, New York, Munich, Tokyo and Seoul.

For her publication, she collected photographs depicting the contents of childhood and adolescence. Also, the designer gave students, young and emerging artists the opportunity to leave their mark on the entire composition and the viewers themselves can collect an album of pictures that they like the most.

The Louis Vuitton Foundation says, “In honor of creator Virgil Abloh, the exhibition encourages the activity and participation of spectators who participate in the exhibition as artists, photographers, musicians and filmmakers.”

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