Join in on a live discussion about the longevity of ‘streetwear’ in the 2020s.
Sure, fashion is comfier than ever before – but will the trend of sweat pants and baggy t-shirts last? According to the artistic director of Louis Vuitton’s menswear, Virgil Abloh… not for long. Join Dash Radio and Fever on January 29 for a live talk inspired by Abloh’s outlook on the future of fashion!
When asked what will happen to streetwear in the 2020s, Virgil Abloh, artistic director of Louis Vuitton’s menswear, said, “I would definitely say it is gonna die, you know? In my mind, how many more T-shirts can we own, how many more hoodies, how many sneakers?” According to Abloh, the next decade will be all about vintage fashion: “There are so many clothes that are cool that are in vintage shops and it’s just about wearing them.”
This special Fever Talks event will bring you an informed panel of guests who are sure to spark innovative and creative dialogue that will continue the conversation beyond the course of the night. The evening’s host, Charlie Kane, is a Chicago-raised, LA-based writer who concentrates on stories that educate and provide context behind today’s trends, aligned with streetwear and contemporary fashion. Accompanying her on the panel will be rapper-designer Joey Fatts, alongside a number of connoisseurs from the fashion world, all of whose brains you’ll get to pick during an exclusive Q&A session.
Find out how you can sit in on this special Fever x Dash Talk, here!
This is a 21+ event.
Also published on Medium.