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On the day that Paris fashion paid tribute to the late Karl Lagerfeld, designers festooned the men's catwalk collections with flowers. Virgil Abloh took over one of the French capital's most picturesque squares for his Louis Vuitton show and urged a digitally "oversaturated" world to drop its smartphones and "smell the roses". It was quite a declaration for a creator who seems to spend half his life teasing his four million followers on Instagram with his latest genius ideas.Only 24 hours before, the first black American to lead a major Paris house had filled a converted market with a field of white carnations for his own label, Off White.Abloh seems to be channeling Lagerfeld's famously decadent Paris fashion shows at the Grand Palais, where a star-studded group of his friends and colleagues gathered to remember to the "Kaiser" Thursday, four months after his death aged 85 .maypoleThe rich color palette the designer often borrows from Flemish Old Master paintings was cut with leopard, tiger and zebra print trousers, shirts and bags.
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