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For many, pigeonholing Abloh specifically as a hip-hop designer carried many of the same connotations, minimizing his impact across a multitude of genres in a manner that could easily be interpreted as racially charged. While Abloh was certainly proud of his influence within the world of hip-hop, and the associations with the genre are far from derogatory, it felt like a flattening of his wider contributions to music culture. In fact, the most notable celebrities to wear Abloh’s designs for Louis Vuitton last night were the K-pop boyband BTS, disproving the notion that his designs were only worn by a specific genre of musician. The moniker also overlooks his contributions to music outside of the world of fashion, with no mention of the fact he himself had been a Grammy nominee, nor that he had an impressive side career as a DJ. The need for a short description is understandable, but including “DJ” or “producer” in addition to designer would have felt like a more fitting eulogy. While it may not have been the tribute that Abloh deserved, as the many stars who continued to wear his designs last night proved, his powerful legacy lives on.Having a master of vitality at the helm of a brand certainly helps, but Kim Kardashian’s shapewear line relies on more than the reality star’s ability to make headlines. Since its launch in 2019, Skims has masterfully grabbed the internet’s attention with talked-about campaigns featuring some of the biggest names in popular culture. Its ads are intelligent, provocative, and tap into the collective nostalgia for the early 2000s. Case in point: Skims’ new launch highlights the allure of Victoria’s Secret’s once omnipresent army of angels. Tyra Banks, Heidi Klum, Alessandra Ambrosio, and Candice Swanepoel reunite for photographers Sandy Kim & Greg Wales’ slick images, and in a twist, Kardashian joins the party.
As the first Black Angel and the creator of a groundbreaking reality television series, Banks was an ideal choice to appear in the ads. She is a supermodel, producer, author, and businesswoman who embodies the kind of multi-tasking ambition that typifies modern celebrity. Behind the scenes, she and fellow entrepreneur Kardaishian had plenty to discuss, including family, fame, and the advice they’ve received from their mothers. Here, Banks shares what the vibe was truly like on set, what it was like to return to lingerie modeling after years off, and why her latest venture may be her coolest yet. Kim reached out to me, and we had a beautiful heart-to-heart conversation about the campaign. I’ve respected her business savvy for quite a while; after that call, my respect grew to an even greater level. Kim dropped words of wisdom from her mom that echoed sage advice my mom has shared with me over the years. I hadn’t modeled lingerie and undergarments in so long, but I said yes after speaking with Kim and hearing her thoughtful, loving, and instinctive words!
So for many of Abloh’s fans, it came as something of a shock to see Abloh referred to during the Grammys tribute section as a “hip-hop designer.” It’s certainly true that it’s hard to define his various talents—which spanned the titles of fashion designer, DJ, producer, creative director, architect, visual artist, and philanthropist—under a neat professional title. But as plenty of Twitter users pointed out last night, “hip-hop designer” does him a particular disservice. For one, it speaks to the historic failures of the Grammys to appropriately recognize the contributions of Black artists. The most memorable recent example came when the voting body scrapped the term “urban” in 2020—which referred to records predominantly made by Black musicians—after Tyler, the Creator spoke out at the ceremony the year prior. “It sucks that whenever we—and I mean guys that look like me—do anything that’s genre-bending they always put it in a rap or urban category,” he said. “I don’t like that ‘urban’ word. It’s just a politically correct way to say the n-word to me.”
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