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Louis Vuitton's designer Virgil Abloh transported celebrity guests at Paris Fashion Week to the streets of New York in a dramatic menswear ode to Michael Jackson. Abloh, the first African-American to head a major European fashion house, used his unique platform Thursday to celebrate one of America's most globally recognized and celebrated black performers.ABLOH REVISITS JACKSONIt was the flamboyance of Michael Jackson as seen through the classical prism of Louis Vuitton.Later in the show, Abloh made a series of prints based on a cartoon in Jackson's 1978 film "The Wiz" that became a cult classic among black audiences.RICK OWENS BLOWS A KISSA brooding and saucy mood overtook lauded American designer Rick Owens in a '70s-style collection Thursday. The show was entitled "Larry," after U.S. designer Larry LeGaspi, whose silver and black space looks were worn by rock groups such as Kiss.The fall-winter show was very much an homage to the bombastic styles of LeGaspi, about whom Owens has written a book.
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