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Panel Discussion: Louis Vuitton A/W 22 Menswear

published on 21 January 2022

Willy Ndatira chairs a conversation around the Louis Vuitton A/W 22 show and Abloh's lasting legacy, accompanied by panellists Jian Deleon, Jordan Anderson, David Rasool Robinson and PC Williams. Discussing everything from Abloh's legacy to him opening doors to make more space for black people at houses like Louis Vuitton, the panellists applaud not only the creative polymath's last collection but everything he's done since taking on the role of artistic director at Louis Vuitton in 2018. Through collaboration and redefining the sexual legacy of men in the 21st century, the panellists offer nothing but praise for Abloh's inclusive vision in introducing blackness to a French luxury house.

Willy Ndatira chairs a conversation around the Louis Vuitton A/W 22 show and Abloh's lasting legacy, accompanied by panellists Jian Deleon, Jordan Anderson, David Rasool Robinson and PC Williams. Discussing everything from Abloh's legacy to him opening doors to make more space for black people at houses like Louis Vuitton, the panellists applaud not only the creative polymath's last collection but everything he's done since taking on the role of artistic director at Louis Vuitton in 2018. Through collaboration and redefining the sexual legacy of men in the 21st century, the panellists offer nothing but praise for Abloh's inclusive vision in introducing blackness to a French luxury house.

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