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Cannes 2018: Virgil Abloh and Spike Lee Attend Naomi Campbell’s Fashion for Relief Show

CHANGE AGENTS: “The state of the world is in question. I think that the spirit of equality and diversity is universal and I’m glad that it’s resonating, that it’s all striving towards a better world,” said Virgil Abloh, founder of Off-White and men’s artistic director at Louis Vuitton, at Naomi Campbell’s Fashion for Relief catwalk fundraiser, held in a hangar at the Mandelieu private jet charter airport in Cannes.
The theme of the show was Race to Equality, and Abloh was standing against a block wallpapered with facts and insights into the state of the world. Standing nearby was director Spike Lee, who attended the show with his family. The director’s eagerly anticipated “BlacKkKlansman” will be premiering in Cannes on Monday night, with Abloh also set to walk the Cannes 2018 red carpet to attend the screening. In the film, John David Washington plays real-life police officer Ron Stallworth, who became the head of a Ku Klux Klan chapter.
“I was in New York for the Met and I heard about it, and he’s one of the most incredible directors of our time. I think the fact that he’s coming with an intriguing idea and putting it in the format of a film

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