Virgil Abloh was born in Rockford, Illinois on September 30, 1980. Widely hailed for his creative genius, Virgil was an artist, engineer, creative director, artistic designer, industrial designer, fashion designer, musician & DJ, and philanthropist. He graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a degree in civil engineering, and then went on to receive his masters in architecture from Harvard University. Virgil's professional career began alongside greats like Kanye West. He subsequently founded the multi-disciplinary creative studio Off-White in Milan, Italy. Today, Off-White is one of the most sought-after brands in the world. Basic.Space would like to remember Virgil Abloh for his unparalleled contributions to fashion, design, and music, and his enduring legacy of cultural impact across generations. He will be forever missed.