From Natasha Poonawalla to Virgil Abloh Who Wore Her Designs

Natasha Poonawalla shared this photo. (image courtesy: Natasha Poonawalla,


New Delhi:

Famous fashion designer Virgil Abloho He passed away on Sunday at the age of 41 due to cancer and his sudden death left celebrities across the world devastated and heartbroken. Philanthropist, Businessman and Fashion Enthusiast Natasha Poonawalla, who had a chance to model for one of the off-white c/o Virgil Abloh designs at an event, shared two photos of herself in a Virgil Abloh number in France and mourned her with these words: "Life's too long Small is... RIP #virgilabloh True masters of your craft... Innovative, kind, humble. You will be missed. #theworldhaslostalegend." Virgil Abloh was the one who introduced streetwear on the ramp and Changed the unconventional approach to fashion.

Watch Natasha Poonawalla's tribute to Virgil Abloh here:

Fashion entrepreneur Anand Ahuja, who owns a clothing brand called Bhane and is the co-founder of a multi-brand sneaker store-VegNonWage, also paid tribute to Virgil Abloh on social media. She shared her photos and videos with the late fashion designer and captioned her first post: "Afraid to chase and realize the future she dreamed of." The caption of his second post read: "'Huja' #VirgilWasHere," referring to Virgil Abloh's signature and the message for him on one of his sneakers.

Take a look at Anand Ahuja's post here:

Virgil Abloh was the artistic director of Louis Vuitton's menswear collection—the first black American to make it to the top of the top French fashion houses. She started her first clothing label, Pyrex Vision, in 2012 and later transformed it into Off-White, a brand known to many celebs around the world.

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