Virgil Abloh Is the New Louis Vuitton Menswear Designer



Virgil Abloh, founder of the streetwear brand Off-White, will soon take on a new role as the latest artistic director of men’s wear at Louis Vuitton.

The New York Times reported the news on Monday. The appointment places Abloh in rare company; he joins Balmain’s Olivier Rousteing and former Givenchy designer Ozwald Boateng as one of the only black designers at the top fashion houses.

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41 thoughts on “Virgil Abloh Is the New Louis Vuitton Menswear Designer

  1. 🤯this is AMAZING news!!

    sounds like Virgil Abloh just took
    One Giant Step👞
    in the right direction
    for all mankind🌎 ✨
    & One Giant Leap🤸🏻‍♀️
    for a black male
    in the forefront of fashion👊🏼✨

    may y’all remain on your game
    & continue to move mountains⛰
    & push out that relevant content!
    💪🏼✨☺️

    🙅🏻‍♀️

  2. I don't get it why do you have to make everything racial with 'first african american designer in lv history' come on it's not even about that it's about fashion smh.

  3. Not that Virgil is obligated to mention anything to do with being Black, but it's rather disappointing he didn't really speak more on about an opportunity like this and how it's historical in a sense, in reference to Black people and our influence on fashion.

  4. Somebody tell Marc Ecko this is NOT news!! As a brown man, should I say, YAY!! They let 1 of us in @ LV!! Tell dude to Teach people the art of making clothes and take the power from a major, for overpriced "fashion" otherwise…. FakeNews.

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