Thursday, October 02, 2014

Louis Vuitton #RTW Spring 2015 #PFW

"The cut of the clothes was designed to be familiar. Cue a navy blazer and cropped jean worn with a white high-necked blouse, a fitted green sweater tucked into a mid-length black skirt with a high middle slit in the front and back, a straightforward peacoat. 'No rupture with last season,' Ghesquière said afterward. 'It's still a wardrobe, it's about an instinctive mix.' But undeniably it's a special wardrobe. If you think of his debut last season like an architect's early schematic design, this collection was more filled-in, with plush velvet pantsuits; densely sequinned zip-front minidresses worn with thick, textured tights; and a sleeveless shift in an amusing print of makeup, household appliances, and muscle cars. And, of course, there was leather, pieced together in bright striped on a shirtdress or, quite spectacularly, cut into thin strips and woven with metal rings in such a manner that a high-necked minidress almost resembled lace. Ghesquière may have embraced wearable design, but you'd better believe he understands how to make his work stand out. Take the heels that enlivened the boots here: colourful plastic, and clever cut in the shape of the LV monogram flower." -

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