We Asked Virgil Abloh to Design His Dream Dinner Party
Abloh, perhaps the most active designer on the planet, dreamed up an evening at a Frank Lloyd Wright landmark with meatballs, Miles Davis, and Cy Twombly–inspired doodles.
Photo illustration by Kalen Holloman.
Frank Lloyd Wright’s Kaufmann house, called Fallingwater
Tom Sachs’ “Hermès” place setting
Cotton flower bouquets
Off-White linen canvas as tablecloth
Guests get Sharpies and other tools to draw and write on the “tablecloth,” creating an art piece throughout the dinner
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A version of this story first appeared in GARAGE No. 14, available to buy here.