Kanye West Reunites With Kim Kardashian, Exes Put On United Family Front With North For Virgil Abloh Tribute In Miami
Kanye West reunited with his estranged wife, Kim Kardashian. The exes sat front row together for Louis Vitton's show honoring their dear friend Virgil Abloh who passed away after a private battle with cancer over the weekend.
Ye, who was best friends with the beloved fashion designer, sat somberly with his soon-to-be ex-wife in the show dedicated to Virgil and all of his designs. The elaborate event went down in Miami on Tuesday, and only one person sat between them.
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Ye and Kim let their oldest daughter North West, 8, take the seat that separated them. The exes both kept their sunglasses on through the inspirational yet emotional fashion show titled "Virgil Was Here."
Putting on a united family front, the rapper and the former Keeping Up With The Kardashian star matched in all black and posed with their daughter for photos.
Standing in front of a larger-than-life statue of the brand's late creative director, Kanye, Kim, and North matched wearing all-black attire. In one picture, Kanye was seen standing in between his girls with his estranged wife and oldest child on either side.
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Kanye and Kim weren't the only celebrities there paying tribute to Virgil. Pharrell and Kid Cudi were also in attendance. Cudi even walked as a model in the show.
Following Virgil's passing, Ye deleted every post off his Instagram. Kim shared a loving tribute to the fashion visionary on Monday.
"God doesn’t make mistakes. I know that but I still can’t help but ask why. Why Virgil?! Why him so soon? it’s simply hard to understand why. I have a hard time understanding why so many pure souls were taken away so early," she wrote in the emotional post.
"This one is hard to process. I can’t even believe I am writing this… We will miss you so much Virgil and love you so much," Kim continued before turning the focus to Virgil's family.
"Also I would love to send so much love to his wife Shannon. Because you loved and supported Virgil the way that you did, he was able to give so much of himself everyone else. So thank you truly for sharing him with us the way that you did. Virgil’s legacy will live on forever through Shannon, Lowe and Grey," she concluded.
Days before Virgil's death, Kanye went off on Instagram. The rapper shared an old photo showing him and Kim kissing and vowed to win her back. The LV show was the first time anyone has seen them together since.