Creative director of Louis Vuitton women’s, Nicolas Ghesquière, updates the wardrobe for the modern Louis Vuitton woman at Axe Majeur in France. Against a utopian backdrop, Ghesquière channeled the conflation of architecture and its relationship to “nature, space, and time.”
In harmony with the environment, the collection is a colorful and modern take on the language Ghesquière has instilled at Vuitton. Voluminous siloheuettes make a statement while retaining their bold yet carefree nature. Fun seems to be a mantra for Ghesquière. A blend of militaristic motifs envision a new take on what it means to be regal. Whimsical and free, the forty-two look collection is a concise yet poetic take on what Ghesquière describes as “the most beautiful of passports: creation.”
Have a look at the full collection, below. Images courtesy of Louis Vuitton.