Louis Vuitton's fall-winter collection, presented on 6 March as part of the Paris Fashion Week, was a mix of classic, elegant and inventive tailoring.
The showcase, which was presented at the Musee d'Orsay, included playful, sculptural looks, complemented by fun accessories like light-up visors.
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Exploring notions of French style, Nicolas Ghesquiere, artistic director of the label's womenswear collections, played with volumes of clothing and trompe l'oeil effects, including boots that looked like black high heel shoes worn with white socks and fuzzy coats resembling blazers, states a Reuters report.
Models walked down the runway, which looked like a Paris street, wearing creations like beaded dresses and Bermuda shorts.
The show was attended by several A-listers, including Emma Stone, Zendaya and Deepika Padukone.
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