Shannon Abloh Wiki
Shannon Abloh Biography
Who is Shannon Abloh ?
Virgil Abloh’s family says the designer was diagnosed with “a rare, aggressive form of cancer” called cardiac angiosarcoma.
Shannon, 40, is the American program director at Monster.
Shannon used to work at Yahoo! as a media planner and account manager.
She was born in 1981 and has a bachelor’s degree in management and marketing from Edgewood College in Wisconsin.
When did Virgil and Shannon meet?
Shannon is married to Virgil Abloh, Louis Vuitton Artistic Director and founder of Off-White, who recently passed away in November 2021.
Shannon and Virgil met in high school and dated for 10 years before Virgil proposed to her.
They officially married in 2009 in Chicago.
The couple have two children, a son, Gray, and a daughter, Lowe.
The family lives in Chicago.
Virgil Abloh Husband is Shannon Abloh Death
Virgil Abloh died at 41 after a two-year battle with cancer, PEOPLE confirms.
“We are devastated to announce the passing of our beloved Virgil Abloh, a fiercely devoted father, husband, son, brother and friend,” the family of designer Off-White said Sunday in a statement posted on Abloh’s Instagram page.
Abloh’s family revealed that the designer was diagnosed with “a rare and aggressive form of cancer” called cardiac angiosarcoma. He underwent “numerous challenging treatments” while continuing his work in fashion and art.
“Through it all, his work ethic, endless curiosity and his optimism never wavered,” the family said. “Virgil was driven by his dedication to his craft and his mission to open doors for others and create pathways for greater equality in art and design.”
Arnault added: “The LVMH family joins me at this time of great grief, and we are thinking of your loved ones after the passing of your husband, your father, your brother or your friend.”
Born on September 30, 1980, Abloh was known for his work as artistic director of the Louis Vuitton menswear collection, a position he assumed in March 2018.
He also served as CEO of the Off-White brand, which he founded in 2012.
Abloh is survived by his wife Shannon Abloh, his children Lowe Abloh and Gray Abloh, his sister Edwina Abloh and his parents Nee and Eunice Abloh, according to the family statement.