The similarities between American designer Virgil Abloh and Harlem’s James Baldwin are not as farfetched as one might imagine, as both have created poetic bodies of work.
Virgil brings a rich tradition inspired by eloquently crafted suede and insightful design inspired by 1960’s style as a backdrop.
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