Louis Vuitton Fused Ski-Wear with Renaissance for AW20.
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Louis Vuitton just closed Paris Fashion Week with its AW20 ready-to-wear collection by Nicolas Ghesquiére.
Ghesquiére is this year’s co-host for the Met gala and the designer took this year’s exhibition theme ‘About Time: Fashion and Duration’ as the inspo for this collection.
A large choir opened the show in a variety of period dress on top of a theatre-like set.
The first models emerged from the theatre space wearing ski and leather jackets paired with bold skirts and pinstripe trousers.
With Louis Vuitton being a luggage brand, accessories always play a huge role in each collection, and this time was no different- we saw boxy trunks and the classic LV duffle with a touch of Ghesquiére.
The collection featured an adventurous mix of colours, materials and influences, personified in the fusion of ski-wear and renaissance. There were sportswear elements throughout with racing style jumpsuits and matador jackets in a series of vibrant colours. We also saw a heavy use of leather throughout.
Nicolas again managed to fuse 80s with renaissance and his signature futurism seamlessly.
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