Is Virgil Abloh bringing Tech-Wear to High Fashion?
In today's episode, I'm joined by The Fashion Archive and we discuss Virgil Abloh's hand in bringing Tech-Wear to a more mainstream market, just how easy is it to be a creative director then we switch it up a bit and discuss my dreams about how to create a video game based around fashion. Thanks for listening!This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacyChartable - https://chartable.com/privacy
Jamia Fields of the Houston Dash is our guest today. We chat about winning the NWSL challenge cup, starting a fashion line, and we try to figure out who on the Dash need the most fashion advice. Have a listen and share this podcast with your friends! Sponsored by: Live Breathe Futbol // Pick up a pair of their highly acclaimed Turbo Shorts at www.livebreathefutbol.com and use the promo code GULLIEST for 15% off your first order.
Virgil Abloh - Fashion, Art & Mentoring by Existence
Ethical Fashion Podcast
Virgil Abloh is one of the most interesting designers working in the global fashion industry today. He is the artistic director of menswear at Louis Vuitton, as well as the creative force behind his own brand Off-White. A true polymath, he is a multi-media artist who moves culture forwards and describes his creative process, across multiple platforms, as “taking an idea and dreaming it aloud”. In this, the first episode of Series 2, hosts Simone Cipriani and Clare Press sit down with Abloh to discuss diversity and inclusion, his latest projects, what he calls “mentoring by existence” and his personal creative journey. It’s conversation as a rollercoaster ride swooping from Andy Warhol to Miles Davis and James Baldwin to Caravaggio, fashion students, Abloh’s aims and inspirations, and the role of a designer today. Find out more at https://ethicalfashioninitiative.org/ Our music is from the original production From Kabul to Bamako, music directed by Saïd Assadi. This podcast was produced with the financial support of the European Union. Its contents are the sole responsibility of ITC Ethical Fashion Initiative and do not necessarily reflect the views of the European Union.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
How Virgil Abloh Is Lifting Up Fashion’s Next Generation of Creatives
The Business of Fashion Podcast
The designer speaks with BoF editor-at-large Tim Blanks about his latest collection, making change and the importance of elevating the next generation of fashion creatives. When Virgil Abloh first broke into fashion he remembers feeling like a tourist. The designer began his career in architecture and says he struggled to find his place in an industry of insiders. But after three years at the helm of Louis Vuitton’s menswear division, the Off-White founder is now very much part of the establishment. In the latest episode of the BoF Podcast, Abloh speaks with BoF editor-at-large Tim Blanks about his hopes of paving the way to a more democratic and inclusive industry for the younger generation and why he’s launched a TV station. The designer is increasingly focused on lifting up the next generation of young designers, conscious of his responsibility to open up the industry. Last year, he raised $1 million to launch the “Post-Modern” Scholarship Fund for Black students. Related Articles: Virgil Abloh: ‘You Have to Choose Your Message Wisely’ What’s Off-White Without Virgil? Virgil Abloh: ‘I Am Not a Designer’ To subscribe to The BoF Podcast, please follow this link. Join BoF Professional for the analysis and advice you need. Get 30 days for just $1 or explore group subscriptions for your business.
We explain what happened to the stock market this week with the help of an elaborate Taylor Swift analogy, talk about the benefits of taking breaks before you even start something (no it's definitely not procrastinating I promise) and discuss Virgil Abloh, sneaker culture, and why art is so incredibly expensive.Follow us on Instagram so you don't miss a single life-changing post.
In this week’s episode Ryan interviews Ryan Mullins to discuss the Philosophy of Abloh. It’s an improvised love letter to Virgil Abloh. Discussion ranges from Marcel Duchamp’s “Fountain” urinal submission to an art exhibit in 1917; “ready made” art from Duchamp and Warhol; what counts as “art”; Virgil Abloh and “Virgil Abloh”; Modernism/Postmodernism/Metamodernism; what’s next in streetwear?; onlife world; next generation content and design platforms; etc. So, wide ranging and all influenced by the enigma that is Virgil.