Virgil Abloh is back at work after an almost two-month-long medical leave. The Off-White™ founder and Louis Vuitton men’s artistic director was advised by his doctor back in September to take time off from his busy schedule. Abloh took these “health considerations” into account and has been working from home in the past few months and had canceled all "marketing events." However, now the designer has revealed he's back at work.

Abloh posted an elevator selfie on his Instagram account yesterday, with the large LV logo and location tag clearly showing he's back at the Louis Vuitton headquarters. According to WWD, he was also spotted at the Vuitton flagship store on the Place Vendôme over the weekend, inspecting deliveries of his fall men’s collection for the luxury Maison.

Virgil Abloh previously announced that he’ll be staying in America and forgoing various PR events for the remainder of 2019, but it now appears that the man is back in action earlier than planned.

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