Virgil Abloh Joins Evian as ‘Creative Adviser’

PARIS — Virgil Abloh has added a new role to his CV: creative adviser for sustainable innovation design at Evian.
The founder of Off-White and creative director of Louis Vuitton’s men’s line is to help the mineral water company, owned by Danone, make its design process more sustainable.
“Evian is an iconic brand with a strong heritage in fashion and creativity,” the designer said in a statement. “Its sustainability ambitions align with my own. Together we can push boundaries and explore new areas of revolution, paving a better future for generations globally.”
The announcement comes as Evian steps toward its goal of becoming a 100 percent circular brand by 2025: By this date, the company aims for all its water bottles to be made out of recycled plastic.
According to the statement, Abloh will both help design Evian future products and “use his wide-scale platform to engage his audience and raise awareness around the importance of innovation in design and sustainability.”
Announcing the collaboration via its Instagram account, Evian playfully riffed on Abloh’s signature quotation marks: on a makeshift Evian business card, the designer’s name is followed by his new title, “Creative Adviser.”
“Virgil is a creative innovator who has a degree in civil engineering and a

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Trump Loses Top Adviser; He had Advisers?

Trump has lost someone I never thought he had– a political consultant.

Trump’s top adviser, Roger Stone, is no longer on the team. Stone is the guy who reportedly said that Trump wasn’t coached for the debate and that “. . . no one puts words in his mouth.” That’s understandable. There wouldn’t be room with that foot in there.

It is being reported Stone, either quit or was fired today, depending upon whose pants are on fire. Apparently this blowup was a result of Trump’s comments about Megyn Kelly. (In case you missed all of this drama, please click here to read my prior posting on this subject.)

A Trump campaign spokesperson reportedly stated, “Mr. Trump fired Roger Stone last night. We have a tremendously successful campaign and Roger wanted to use the campaign for his own personal publicity. He has had a number of articles about him recently and Mr. Trump wants to keep the focus of the campaign on how to Make America Great Again.”

Stone disputed this and tweeted, “Sorry @realDonaldTrump didn’t fire me- I fired Trump. Diasagree with diversion to food fight with @megynkelly away core issue messages”

Trump previously fired political consultant Sam Nunberg over alleged racist remarks he made on Facebook.

At any rate, Trump was absolutely correct to find new advisers. Apparently the old ones gave him the horrible advice to “just be yourself.”

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Donald Trump Texts His Adviser About Who’ll Be On The New $10 Bill

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Pacquiao adviser: Floyd nixes $5M drug fine

Michael Koncz, Manny Pacquiao’s adviser, told Thursday that Floyd Mayweather Jr. has declined to agree to terms for a penalty that would cost either man $ 5 million in the event in the event of a failed drug test before or after their May 2 fight.