Watch Tyler, the Creator-Soundtracked Louis Vuitton Men’s Fall/Winter 2022 Show by Virgil Abloh

Tyler, the Creator previously detailed how deep of an impact Virgil Abloh had on him and other artists in terms of his constant support and encouragement.

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Louis Vuitton presented its Men’s Fall/Winter 2022 collection by Virgil Abloh in Paris on Thursday, complete with a Tyler, the Creator soundtrack.

The show, available to stream in full above via LV’s YouTube (as well as on LV’s site), comes days after a temporary SoHo residency honoring Abloh’s expansive legacy was announced.

Ahead of the livestream kickoff on Thursday, Louis Vuitton shared a prelude to the show at the Carreau du Temple featuring a collection designed by Abloh, who died last November at the age of 41.

Tyler responded to a fan’s Twitter inquiry about his involvement with the show’s music, offering a quick “bingo” when asked if he composed the soundtrack.

Later, Tyler said he felt “blessed,” while over on Instagram he shared a Stories update shouting out the fellow musicians who helped him bring this vision to Paris.


— T (@tylerthecreator) January 20, 2022


— T (@tylerthecreator) January 20, 2022

“I love yall,” he wrote when sharing a photo of the show’s string section, including players from the Chineke! Orchestra. “Did the music for [Louis Vuitton] show with some GENIUS minds.”


The show itself, per LV, is intended to serve as a consolidation of the “themes and messages” found in Abloh’s eight-season arc at the French luxury house.

In November, Tyler shared a note on Instagram in which he remembered Virgil Abloh as having been a “cheerleader” for himself and other artists.

“I’ll keep pushing and trying things while leaving the door open,” T said at the time. “He’ll shake those pom-poms. we’ll keep that on loop. safe travels.” More recently, Tyler remembered that same support during a video interview with Fast Company focused on his own Golf le Fleur line. 

“I wanted him here so bad to see like, ‘Hey, look what I did,’” the Call Me If You Get Lost artist said. “Because I wanted him to just say, ‘Fire.’ And I wanted him to know.”

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