Georgia Fowler slammed for paying tribute to Louis Vuitton’s Virgil Abloh


Georgia Fowler Slammed for ‘Weird’ Tribute to Louis Vuitton’s Creative Director and Founder of Off-White, Virgil Abloh, After Death Aged 41










Georgia Fowler is accused of using Virgil Abloh’s death to draw attention to her this week after paying a “bizarre” tribute to Louis Vuitton’s creative director and founder of Off-White.

The 29-year-old model took to Instagram on Monday to say she will miss the designer.

“You will be missed but not forgotten,” she wrote, alongside 10 photos of her working for Louis Vuitton.

Odd: Georgia Fowler’s tribute to late Louis Vuitton creative director Virgil Abloh fell flat with fans earlier this week

While three photos showed Georgia posing alongside Abloh, others showed her modeling the designer’s sons.

This did not suit a follower who wrote, “Hey, someone died. Let me make this memory all around me.

“Let me show how sad I am at this man’s passing by posting… 7 photos of me,” another wrote.

“You will be missed but not forgotten,” she wrote, alongside 10 photos of her working for Louis Vuitton

This did not suit a follower who wrote, “Hey, someone died.  Let me make this memory all around me.

This did not suit a follower who wrote, “Hey, someone died. Let me make this memory all around me.

A third agreed, writing: “Yes, that was a bit of a strange tribute”.

The late designer was famous men’s creative director at Louis Vuitton from 2019 until his tragic death on Sunday, November 28.

According to family members, Virgil has bravely “battled a rare and aggressive form of cancer, cardiac angiosarcoma” for more than two years.

Tragic: Virgil Abloh, who made history as Louis Vuitton’s first black art director, has died aged 41 following a covert years-long battle with cancer. (photographed in Paris on July 5, 2021)

Virgil’s latest runway collection for the French fashion house for Spring / Summer 2022 was presented again at Tuesday’s memorial, hosted by Louis Vuitton.

“All new French fashion looks directly inspired by Abloh” have also made their way onto the catwalk ‘as part of a collection named VIRGIL WAS HERE, according to TMZ.

The outlet also revealed that at the end of the show, the Louis Vuitton design team had received “a standing ovation from those in attendance, followed by Virgil’s voice saying,” Life is so short that you can’t waste a day subscribing to what someone thinks you can do versus what you CAN do “and a beautiful fireworks display with the city of Miami as a backdrop.”

Heartbreaking: Louis Vuitton CEO Bernard Arnault confirmed he died aged 41 following a secret three-year battle with cancer

Heartbreaking: Louis Vuitton CEO Bernard Arnault confirmed he died aged 41 following a secret three-year battle with cancer