5 Ways Virgil Abloh’s Influence Went Beyond the Sphere of Fashion

The contemporary fashion landscape owes much of its sensibility to the relentless creativity of Virgil Abloh. The designer, who died from cardiac angiosarcoma, a rare form of cancer, at the age of 41 on Nov. 28 in Chicago, was often hailed as the future of fashion, but there was no denying that his work profoundly shaped the present. As the founder of the cult brand Off-White and the artistic director of Louis Vuitton’s menswear division, Abloh, a first-generation Ghanaian American, was a trailblazing, outsized figure in the fashion industry––but his influence stretched far beyond the world of clothes. Read more at Time.