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The debut Louis Vuitton collection by Virgil Abloh, the first African-American to head a major European fashion house, drew stars of all stripes to Paris for his rainbow-themed menswear show.It was clear by the mood at the show that expectations for artistic director Abloh's debut were at stratospheric levels.Thursday, it was the base color for sheer T-shirts, LV fitted jackets and loose pleated pants that were accessorized with broken white chains that hung from bags and dragged on the floor.All of the models displaying the garments were black.Abloh literally went over the rainbow for the show's best looks, which channeled "The Wizard of Oz".Abloh's Louis Vuitton debut was recognized as a history-making moment for fashion.Crisscross patterns – as seen in a torn vest silhouette or in a graphic print – were ubiquitous on looks that often capped gargantuan, 90s-era black pants.The invitation to Rick Owens' menswear show Thursday arrived in the shape of a black cotton mouth mask that fastened around the ears.
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