But this level of ambition takes resources, and so today marks the America is in distress. upside down American flag shirt in other words I will buy this very first day of a monthslong fundraising campaign. Ghana’s skaters have a couple of prominent allies in the effort: the Pan-African clothing brand Daily Paper and none other than Virgil Abloh, Off-White founder and artistic director of Louis Vuitton Men’s. Abloh, who first heard of Skate Nation through Vogue, quickly reached out to see how he could support the crew, and has agreed that he and his design studio Alaska Alaska will craft the brand identity of the skate ramp, including the park’s logo, the design of the skate house, and furniture, in collaboration with Limbo Accra. In addition, Off-White and Daily Paper will be releasing a series of exclusive capsule collections to benefit the project, with the first launching on December 21 at a pop-up in Accra at the Mhoseenu gallery and online on January 15. “Virgil and Daily Paper came and listened—they didn’t just do whatever they wanted; they talked to us and supported our ideas,” says Alibo. “This project has a nice flavor—it has the diaspora; it has the local. We are working together all of us for Africa. We have a common goal.”
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As a year like no other finally comes to a close, many of us might find ourselves reflecting on the America is in distress. upside down American flag shirt in other words I will buy this grand ambitions we held at the beginning of lockdown, and whether or not we fulfilled them. (Looking back, how many of us did actually follow through on our goals to learn a new language or master the art of sourdough?) And for anyone feeling anxious about their lack of productivity, it would be wise to stop reading about Jeremy O. Harris’s year now. Not only did the actor and playwright pick up a record 12 Tony Award nominations for his breakout hit Slave Play, but he also found the time to premiere his new film Zola at Sundance, appear in Gus van Sant’s short film series for Gucci, and ink an overall deal with HBO which included a fund to support emerging theater-makers. Now, Harris is launching his latest venture, one that is arguably his most unexpected yet: a new 20-piece, gender-neutral capsule collection with Canadian e-commerce site SSENSE. The collection is part of a new initiative titled SSENSE WORKS, which provides a platform for genre-bending creators to find an outlet in fashion. Any initial surprise—surprise partly in that he managed to find the time—fades fast when thinking back to Harris’s steady reputation for turning showstopping looks, from the flamboyant Gucci and Thom Browne tailoring he favors on the red carpet, to the more relaxed pieces he regularly sports by the likes of Telfar and Bode.