Monday, March 23, 2015

Louis Vuitton Fall 2015 #RTW #PFW

"For his first few outings at Vuitton, Ghesquière looked back in time to the 1970s to create a contemporary woman's wardrobe. But the tinge of retro that defined his earlier LV output was gone this season. This wasn't a knock-'em-dead collection, even if the fabulously furry brushed sheepskin coats that opened the show qualified as such, but it suggested that Ghesquière has settled in enough to find his own unique path forward. Once more for the former Balenciaga designer that means embracing the future. 'The exploration went a bit further,' be said backstage. 'There's style a certain respect of the patrimony, but also of technology, [which is] what I like.' On the runway itself, the pieces that channeled the future most brightly were the second-skin ribbed knits; with their cutouts above the bust and their fluted cuffs and hems, they were as efficient as uniforms. Metallics abounded. On a silvery silk pantsuit worn with a logo tee. On a glinting dress with the puffed, mutton sleeves that were one of the show's distinguishing features. In straight-up shoppability terms, this collection looks primed to be Ghesquière's most accessible so far." -

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