Virgil Abloh’s Last Louis Vuitton Collection Shown In Paris

The Louis Dreamhouse™️ presents the Men’s Fall-Winter 2022 Collection, consolidating the themes and messages of the eight-season arc Virgil Abloh created for Louis Vuitton.

Imagining a metaphysical space of possibility, the Carreau du Temple in Paris is transformed into a mind-expanding interior of ideas, prospects and encouragement.

Through the lens of Virgil Abloh’s central Boyhood Ideology, seeing the world with the eyes of a child, the collection transmutes the dress codes popularly tied to societal archetypes and patchworks them in new ways. Through materials and techniques, gestures of surrealism take form, abstracting the familiar and expanding our horizons.

“When it’s all over and our time is no longer, we leave it behind for others to seek their own dreams,” says poet Kai-Isaiah Jamal in the short film preluding the runway show, dubbed “The ∞th Field.” While last December’s “Virgil Was Here” at Miami Art Basel was a tribute to the recently deceased designer and a reshowing of his spring/summer 2022 show from last June, “The ∞th Field” was his eighth and final runway show.

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