Virgil Abloh is putting his cool kid mark on his hometown of Chicago in a dope ass way.
We still cannot get over the epic designs that OFF-WHITE founder and LV’s artistic director Virgil Abloh made for Serena Williams' U.S. Open "Queen" look and the sneakers for her daughter, Alexis Olympia. Not only is he designing clothes and champagne bottles, but now he's designing bus stops, too!
If you're in the Chicago area, make sure to check out Virgil Abloh's custom-wrapped bus stops all over town to promote his Moët And Chandon champagne collab. From Friday Nov. 2 to Nov. 30, 1+ fans can check out Virgil's three public bus shelters and get their own collectable “FOR DISPLAY ONLY” adhesive tape at the pop-up dispensers. Oh, and don't forget to take an Instagram pic!
Check out Virgil's dope, inspired, bus stop designs below:
ED Note: The tape is only available NOV 2nd but the but stops are from Friday Nov. 2 to Nov. 30
ICYMI: OFF-WHITE founder and LV's artistic director, Virgil Abloh, is extending his creative chops to another member of the LVMH conglomerate, the Louis Vuitton family, and you’ll never guess what he’s redesigning: an exclusive bottle of the number-one-selling rosé champagne in the U.S.! We are totally here for the sleek bottle that he made of Moët’s Nectar Imperial Rosé.
See the dope design of the bottle below:
Virgil gave a little sneak peek of the $59.99 bottle on Instagram, and it is popping, literally! The bottle is an all-white take on the classic gold label of the original rosé bottle. Each bottle also features that Virgil’s signature "DO NOT DROP" styling.
Virgil began unveiling the limited number of 3L Jeroboam bottle for his friends and family starting in October. But you can cop your own bottle, too! The limited edition 750 mL bottle was available in select retailers in New York, Miami, LA, Atlanta and Chicago starting October 1 and is available on Clos19.com throughout the holidays.
This Virgil Abloh x Moët & Chandon Collab is so dope, we don’t think we’ll even be able to drink from the bottle when we cop ours!
(Photo: Moët & Chandon)
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