Post title: Mamo Moment: Virgil Abloh on an Italian Eatery in Antibes.....
Last night, I had the fortunate experience of eating at Le Michelangelo Mamo. After a long flight in from São Paulo, all I could think about was food. Cannes has gems, but none that compare to this spot. “Truffles over everything” could have been the motto. The truffle pizza, the pasta. Unreal.
Yes its Kim's mother...........................
It’s summer, so rosé and friends are all you need for a spot like this. Now that the search for the perfect Italian spot in Southern France is over, the traveling continues…For more information, visit www.michelangelo-mamo.com.
Paulina says: The insider of all insiders, Virgil Abloh's blog for website du jour --Style.com, is riveting, and for celeb watchers --an eye opener!!!
Lifestyle, food, culture, -Virgil Abloh's blog has it all but my ab fave is his incredible travels ---which are chronicled just the way we like it, one-fab-bite-after-another, I promise, -you will not be disappointed.
Note, Virg takes in London city, Paris et al, moving and shaking with some of the most ermmmm interesting peoplesss on the planet --making his blog an absolute must read...
To read the above piece in its entirety and a host of other articles visit Virgil Abloh's blog for Style.com via: http://www.style.com/stylemap/author/virgilabloh/
Virgil Abloh is a Chicago-born creative director, architect, and fashion designer. After earning a degree in civil engineering and a master's in architecture, Abloh soon took on the role as a creative director for Kanye West and West's creative think tank, Donda. Over the years, Abloh has worked with Silvia Venturini Fendi at Fendi and collaborated with the likes of Nick Knight, Riccardo Tisci, Kim Jones, Takashi Murakami, Balmain's Olivier Rousteing, Giuseppe Zanotti, and George Condo. Abloh's Off-White was born from an art project, Pyrex Vision, and today exists as Off-White c/o Virgil Abloh, a seasonal men's and women's ready-to-wear collection. The brand also boasts a furniture range and periodic forays into product design. Photo: Courtesy of Virgil Abloh