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Virgil Abloh!

Virgil, Virgil, Virgil - November 28, 2021 we lost a giant and his name is Virgil Abloh. Virgil passed on at the mere 41 years of age. Virgil has impacted my life in so many ways that I can not select just one moment. When I ask myself, honestly how did he impact you? Virgil was creative head of LV and his own amazing brand Off-White and I had not yet materialized my plan to work with him. Then one thing comes to mind. I did seize an opportunity to hear him discuss the fusion of fashion, art, culture and sustainability on Clubhouse one night and I could not believe my ears. Who would have thought that in such a short time Clubhouse would bridge the divide between the everyday people and industry leaders. For this I am thankful! Virgil’s talent, conceptual skills, ability to birth a vision, cross branding, cross industry vertical integration and humility surpasses any other accomplished designer of this era. Merci Virgil for being you. You will live on in many of us as we look to your b

Pyramid Love!

Pyramids have been around since the B.C. times. They are rich and full of history, culture and where many of today's references and words came from. Some archaeologists and historians still marvel at how foundations built so many years ago have withstood the test of time and the atrocities of wind, rain and other natural disasters. With that said, I think that pyramids, lend something to modern society about foundation, basics and how mastering the basics, will eventually lead to something larger.

Before there was Albert Einstein and popular people that broke down mathematical equations and formulas. There was a society, that knew enough about mathematics and civil engineering to build pyramids that are still standing, tall and even today. So no matter how the world today tries to put a "negative" spin on pyramids and its symbolism, history tells me that pyramids represent, team work, mathematical advancement, creativity, information, people of color and environment friendly architecture. Now check out some of this pyramidal fashion.

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  1. Where can I purchase the blazer from and the dress?

    Excellent journalist skills there Ms. Notable, great job, keep em coming.

    Nina Simone

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Virgil Abloh!

Virgil, Virgil, Virgil - November 28, 2021 we lost a giant and his name is Virgil Abloh. Virgil passed on at the mere 41 years of age. Virgil has impacted my life in so many ways that I can not select just one moment. When I ask myself, honestly how did he impact you? Virgil was creative head of LV and his own amazing brand Off-White and I had not yet materialized my plan to work with him. Then one thing comes to mind. I did seize an opportunity to hear him discuss the fusion of fashion, art, culture and sustainability on Clubhouse one night and I could not believe my ears. Who would have thought that in such a short time Clubhouse would bridge the divide between the everyday people and industry leaders. For this I am thankful! Virgil’s talent, conceptual skills, ability to birth a vision, cross branding, cross industry vertical integration and humility surpasses any other accomplished designer of this era. Merci Virgil for being you. You will live on in many of us as we look to your b