LOUIS VUITTON GETS MULTIFACETED FOR SPRING 2017

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On the final day of Paris Fashion Week, Nicolas Ghesquière unveiled an eclectic collection for Louis Vuitton’s spring-summer 2017 runway presentation. The designer opened with a selection of loose-fitting dresses with sashes tied at the side. Then he played off the suit jacket and pants, showcasing sleeveless numbers and oversized shapes. 

Louis Vuitton Spring 2017: Model walks the runway in draped dress with cutout on the side

Louis Vuitton Spring 2017: Model walks the runway in draped dress with cutout on the side

On the final day of Paris Fashion Week, Nicolas Ghesquière unveiled an eclectic collection for Louis Vuitton’s spring-summer 2017 runway presentation. The designer opened with a selection of loose-fitting dresses with sashes tied at the side. Then he played off the suit jacket and pants, showcasing sleeveless numbers and oversized shapes. There was also lace in the form of slip dresses and separates with zipper details for some edge. Elsewhere, Ghesquière introduced grunge vibes featuring graphic t-shirts and plaid. The final section went in a more feminine direction including sheer gowns featuring sparkling embellishments. Tying it all together were the shoes and accessories. iPhone cases featured the Louis Vuitton monogram while bags got graphic with checkered prints. Finishing the look were calf-length boots in matte metallics with pointed toes and semi-blocked heels.

Louis Vuitton Spring 2017: Model walks the runway in sleeveless suit jacket and mid-length skirt with slit

Louis Vuitton Spring 2017: Model walks the runway in sleeveless suit jacket and mid-length skirt with slit

Louis Vuitton Spring 2017: Model walks the runway in leather jacket, high-waist pants and boots

Louis Vuitton Spring 2017: Model walks the runway in leather jacket, high-waist pants and boots

Louis Vuitton Spring 2017: Model walks the runway in sheer gown with embellishments and shoulder pads

Louis Vuitton Spring 2017: Model walks the runway in sheer gown with sparkling embellishments and shoulder pads


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Nicolas Ghesquière presented his Spring 2017 show for Louis Vuitton at Paris Fashion Week today. The brand left its usual locale of the Fondation Louis Vuitton for a space on the Place Vendôme, bringing its presentation—and many celebrity guests—into the center of the city. Nicole Phelps’s upcoming review will address Ghesquière’s collection of bias-cut dresses and super-slim trousers; here, find everything you need to know about the environment of the show.

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1. Held in 2 Place Vendôme, Louis Vuitton’s Spring 2017 show was set up like a classic French salon. Guests sat on high-backed chairs in the windowed space, while models strutted down a concrete runway.
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2. Many of Ghesquière’s muses and friends were in attendance, including Michelle Williams, Jennifer Connelly, Alicia Vikander, Miranda Kerr, and Catherine Deneuve.
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3. The show opened with a series of bias-cut dresses with cut-outs around the waist and black ribbon fastenings.
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4. Every season Louis Vuitton debuts a selection of new bag styles, but Spring’s most coveted item might be the Petite Malle phone case. Carried in lieu of a traditional bag, the case comes complete with a key-ring attachment.
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5. The new LV shoe is a pointed-toe midi boot. The style was shown in an array of colors, from gold to black.
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6. An ’80s spirit ran throughout the collection, noticed in some glittering cobalt pieces, the models’
jet-black turbans, and the gold Lurex sweatshirt and skinny pants worn by Kiki Willems.
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7. Ghesquière’s favorite models all walked today, including Marte Mei van Haaster, Natalie Westling, Julia Nobis, Heather Kemesky, Rianne Van Rompaey, and Mica Arganaraz.

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