Louis Vuitton Shows Virgil Abloh's Last Collection, Naomi Campbell Sits Front Row with Late Designer's Wife

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Naomi Campbell Shannon Abloh

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Virgil Abloh's last collection for Louis Vuitton debuted in Paris on Thursday during Paris Fashion Week, and stars from all over came out to honor the late fashion designer, who died in November after a private battle with cancer at age 41.

Abloh's wife, Shannon, and iconic supermodel Naomi Campbell sat front row while taking in the show together. Shannon sported a head-to-toe floral suit, accessorizing with a structured, mustard yellow Louis Vuitton handbag while her light blonde hair was styled in a chic updo with face-framing bangs.

Campbell looked equally as stunning in a layered, floor-length athleisure-inspired Louis Vuitton ensemble, keeping her hair and makeup simple and sleek for the big event.

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The show itself was a work of art, as models put on a stellar performance by dancing and maneuvering around the whimsical stage, which featured a large bed, a sprawling red roof complete with a chimney and smoke effects, and of course, a runway that showed off Abloh's final collection.

Other celebs in attendance included Venus Williams, Victor Cruz, and Tyler, the Creator.

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Additionally, Sotheby's announced in a news release on Wednesday that they are collaborating with Louis Vuitton to auction off 200 pairs of LV x Nike "Air Force 1" sneakers designed by Abloh that were originally created for the Spring/Summer 2022 Men's Collection.

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Potential buyers can bid on the limited-edition sneakers — which are made from "precious calf leather," are "embellished with Louis Vuitton's emblematic Monogram and Damier patterns with natural cowhide piping," and come in an orange Louis Vuitton pilot made of Monogram Taurillon Leather — from Jan. 26 to Feb. 8.

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The proceeds from the auction will benefit The Virgil Abloh™ "Post-Modern" Scholarship Fund, "which in partnership with the Fashion Scholarship Fund, supports the education of academically promising students of Black, African American, or African descent."

In November, news of Abloh's death sent shockwaves through the fashion industry, and his family confirmed that he had been undergoing "numerous, challenging treatments" for a rare, aggressive form of cancer called cardiac angiosarcoma.

"Through it all, his work ethic, infinite curiosity, and optimism never wavered," his family said. "Virgil was driven by his dedication to his craft and to his mission to open doors for others and create pathways for greater equality in art and design."