As one of the season’s most awaited runways, Abloh stormed out an eclectic assortment of tailored looks inspired by nature, creating garments that upsurge a street-meet-luxe balance. The sophisticated and avant-garde silhouettes featured in Spring-like colourways of blue, pink, green and yellow pastel hues, alongside bolder floral prints that starred on graceful yet elegant layering.
Virgil Abloh’s utilitarian soul were iterated throughout: practical-styled outerwear pieces and blazer jackets featured a abundant hems and dagger panelling. Trousers were a further stylistic whirlwind, boasting multi-pocketed straps alongside pleated pants. Additionally, a silk organza trio of a shirt, jacket and short were decked by a rainbow LV monogram, causing a major moment during the show.
Uplifting the ensembles were leather-goods in pastel hues, while on the other hand sedate grey tones featured in both rucksacks and crocodile-skin pouches. Stand-out looks saw models in kites around their chest, likewise straw hats, chained belt straps and lots of flowers, accessorised by leather rain-boots and imperative 3-D detailing, which took an imperative stance towards the end of the show.