Cindy Crawford, Rihanna and More Honor Virgil Abloh at Off-White Runway Show

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Cindy Crawford at "Off-White" runway show
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The stars came out for Virgil Abloh's final Off-White runway show. Several models including Cindy Crawford and her daughter, Kaia Gerber, Naomi Campbell and Kendall Jenner helped kick off night one of Paris Fashion Week with a tribute to Abloh in the first Off-White fashion show since his death in November.

Campbell, who also walked in the creative director’s final Louis Vuitton show in January, led the charge with Jenner, sisters Gigi and Bella Hadid, and tennis star and fellow fashion designer Serena Williams following suit.

The star-studded show was attended by Pharrell Williams, Rihanna and A$AP Rocky and many other celebs and fashionistas who showed up in full force to honor the late designer.

Rihanna and A$AP Rocky
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Abloh died on Nov. 28 after a two-year battle with cancer. He was 41. 

In a statement on the designer's Instagram page, his family revealed that the designer was battling a "rare, aggressive" form of cancer, cardiac angiosarcoma. The family noted that Abloh chose to keep his diagnosis private while he continued his work in the world of fashion.

Just days after his death, celebrities, fashion enthusiasts and designers gathered to honor Abloh, who served as the artistic director for Louis Vuitton at a showing of the French fashion house's Spring-Summer 2022 Collection in Miami, marking Abloh's final presentation for the brand.

Many of Abloh's famous nearest and dearest were present at the show, including longtime friends Kanye West and Kim Kardashian.

Others also in attendance included Maluma, Ricky Martin, 21 Savage, Lil Baby, Gunna, Metro Boomin, 2 Chainz and more, who all helped to pay tribute to the visionary designer.

For more on the show, check out the video below.

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