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Louis VuittonSpring Summer 2015 Top 10 Collections of the Season

Runway Review
11/26/2014 Ed Kavishe/fashionwirepress.com

An ensemble of oversized, youthful, and beautiful faces were cast against glass screens at the start of the Louis Vuitton show, proclaiming "A beginning is a very delicate time." Perhaps, they were alluding to the birth of the Fondation Louis Vuitton designed by Frank Gehry which was the venue for the French fashion house's Spring 2015 show — set to officially open later this month. The boundless, yet alluring edifice resembles what we've come to imagine of an extraterrestrial aircraft: perfect for Nicolas Ghesquière and his futuristic proclivities.

With such a powerful backdrop, it would be hard to assume that Ghesquière specifically chose the building to go hand-in-hand with his latest assortment, but he did not. The lineup didn't extract from the location verbatim, but instead aimed to develop and swell the closet of the Louis Vuitton woman, taking all of the distinct junctures of her life into consideration.

This was indeed a colossal and stupendous stride away from the charming and welcoming versatility of Fall, with a larger scope of design, added panache, and even a bit of fun thrown into the mix. The offerings began with good-looking and complexly-constructed frocks crafted from lace and crochet, as well as a few giving a flair for the exotic with eel in a classically French stripe pattern: simultaneously sharp in their makeup and coquettish at their essence.

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11/26/2014 Ed Kavishe/fashionwirepress.com

An ensemble of oversized, youthful, and beautiful faces were cast against glass screens at the start of the Louis Vuitton show, proclaiming "A beginning is a very delicate time." Perhaps, they were alluding to the birth of the Fondation Louis Vuitton designed by Frank Gehry which was the venue for the French fashion house's Spring 2015 show — set to officially open later this month. The boundless, yet alluring edifice resembles what we've come to imagine of an extraterrestrial aircraft: perfect for Nicolas Ghesquière and his futuristic proclivities.

With such a powerful backdrop, it would be hard to assume that Ghesquière specifically chose the building to go hand-in-hand with his latest assortment, but he did not. The lineup didn't extract from the location verbatim, but instead aimed to develop and swell the closet of the Louis Vuitton woman, taking all of the distinct junctures of her life into consideration.

This was indeed a colossal and stupendous stride away from the charming and welcoming versatility of Fall, with a larger scope of design, added panache, and even a bit of fun thrown into the mix. The offerings began with good-looking and complexly-constructed frocks crafted from lace and crochet, as well as a few giving a flair for the exotic with eel in a classically French stripe pattern: simultaneously sharp in their makeup and coquettish at their essence.

Read more here 


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