Wearables and Love Letters from Louis Vuitton to Paris | fashion

Louis Vuitton, the world's largest luxury brand, closed the Paris Fashion Week and was filled with sentimental affection for the city's Belle Epoque period from 1871 to 1914.

If fashion conveys the atmosphere of the times, it is shocking when the house with its own baggage with its logo engraved it as a global pronoun for eager living, declaring the past as a more attractive reference than the future.

Especially if the designer is Nicolas Ghesquière, the mood board is usually a mixture of sci-fi costumes, Japanese anime motifs and landmarks of modern architecture.

This collection is a love letter for the postcard version of Paris. Folies Bergère and the era of the Eiffel Tower, bent lamps on the banks of the Seine and Art Nouveau subway signs.

Ghesquière said he wanted to explore "Danism and the special snowber that will later become French elegance".

The clothes conveyed the most fascinating, not the most dynamic representation of Parisian mood music.

Ghesquière's futuristic clothes tend to be politely referred to in fashion as "clothing adjacent", but this collection is wearable and immediately desirable.


I wear a silk blouse under my custom blazer for wide waist and wide leg pants. Belted trench coats and clean lined shifts were worn with block heel loafers or moccasins.

The handbag showed timeless elegance through its elegant top handle, which was smarter than smaller.

The show took place in the courtyard of the Louvre, where Scottish musician Sophie, who chose not to reveal his gender identity on a massive video screen, said in the Guardian's assessment “The struggle based on identity….

At the blockbuster commerce night, this was the only nod to the alternative aesthetic expectation that Crab Shure was generally known for.

Louis Vuitton had a value of $ 39 billion (£ 3.2 billion) in May, ahead of its nearest competitor, Chanel, and is growing.


This year, the brand has launched a series of major perfume releases, and ambitious plans for a larger slice of the "luxury luxury" market in watches and luxury jewellery are at the next stage.

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