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Best known for its iconic LV Monogram print, Louis Vuitton began in the luggage business, but has quickly expanded its product range to bags, clothing and accessories. Recently, the brand has been collaborating with many artists to create unique, over-the-top pieces that have been growing in popularity among younger generations and Chinese fans. On top of its luggages, Louis Vuitton has seen an increase in demand in other leather products such as handbags and wallets for its eye to quality and detail. Current Artistic Director of Women's collections at Louis Vuitton is Nicolas Ghesquière, who had previously been at Balenciaga. Carrying his edgy tastes from Balenciaga while incorporating Louis Vuitton's history in pattern-making and quality leather items, he has created a collection after collection that is an exquisite balance of sophistication and experimentation.

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MONOGRAM

Created by the LV founder, Louis Vuitton who got an inspiration to collaborate his initials (L and V) with stars and flowers like Japanese family crest in 1896.
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DAMIER

DAMIER founded actually before MONOGRAM which was in 1888, inspired by Japanese checkered patterns performing their authentic French luxurious well.
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EPI

It's the design of texture born in 1985 inspired by ear of wheat.
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MONOGRAM EMPREINTE

LV embossed on simple plain leather and this would be the best popular at LV collections all over the world.
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TAIGA

Very simple design with the embossed LV logo on taiga leather; briefcases for business, backpacks, wallets and more. For men originally but women could also use this TAIGA.
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CAPUCINES

Named from river Capucines (Monet) where the first LV store in 1854 in Paris. It can be used in 2 ways as a handbag and a shoulder bag if you put the strap with 4 different sizes; MIN, BB, PM and MM.
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Belle Epoque was the theme, and Louis Vuitton was the master. In a stunning array of looks that strutted down the runway, head designer Nicolas Ghesquiere managed to pull off another stunning fête like only the house of Louis Vuitton can do. The looks were both new and fresh, as well as true to the brand's core identity.
Among the most prevalent trends was the use of florals. Floral prints were present on almost all the models in some way, whether it was the garments or accessories. Mixing these florals in a modern way, Ghesquiere showcased florals with a new approach: less delicate and frilly, and more bold and strong. One model paired a graphic floral blazer with a traditional striped button down and leather petal skirt. Quite a new take on mixing patterns.
The mashup of patterns was another key trend on the runway. Looks repeatedly mixed stripes with chevrons, geometrics with florals, and many more. Intricate patterns ruled the show, giving viewers a whirlwind of eye candy. This unique and eccentr...

Belle Epoque was the theme, and Louis Vuitton was the master. In a stunning array of looks that strutted down the runway, head designer Nicolas Ghesquiere managed to pull off another stunning fête like only the house of Louis Vuitton can do. The looks were both new and fresh, as well as true to the brand's core identity.
Among the most prevalent trends was the use of florals. Floral prints were present on almost all the models in some way, whether it was the garments or accessories. Mixing these florals in a modern way, Ghesquiere showcased florals with a new approach: less delicate and frilly, and more bold and strong. One model paired a graphic floral blazer with a traditional striped button down and leather petal skirt. Quite a new take on mixing patterns.
The mashup of patterns was another key trend on the runway. Looks repeatedly mixed stripes with chevrons, geometrics with florals, and many more. Intricate patterns ruled the show, giving viewers a whirlwind of eye candy. This unique and eccentric feel is one of the hallmark appeals of the Louis Vuitton brand.
Additional focal points of the spring/summer 2020 show included pouf sleeves and flowy dresses. A sense of romantic feminism could be felt as these womanly details contrasted with the other more tailored pieces.
Finishing off the looks were the incredible accessories consumers have come to love from Louis Vuitton, including the signature monogram totes and other bags. In an interesting twist, one monogram bag was stacked with old tapes, a nod to the era of the show. Shoes were another focal point, as models hit the runway in both ankle booties and thigh-high boots.
The venue, the world-famous Louvre museum, welcomed attendees to a world of Parisian yesteryear. Set in the Belle Epoque era, the show was a throwback to a time when women were seeking emancipation, and beauty was in the forefront. The ambiance of the show was a true reflection of the theme, from the music to the décor to the clothing being presented. Models even wore iris boutonnieres which fit with the 1800s mood.
The Art Nouveau theme was a huge inspiration for Ghesquiere's collection. Gibson Girl hairdos and bold red lips transformed models into real life Parisian woman from the Belle Epoque time period. Details such as jacquard embroidery and hand-painted jackets were the perfect balance of rich history and contemporary modernism.
Overall, the Louis Vuitton Spring/Summer 2020 show successfully showcased exactly what the leader has always intended: creativity and unexpected designs will always rule. As always, this brand takes us to new places in the most stunning ways, and continues to produce beautiful couture for today's modern woman.

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The theme of the evening was apparent: Roaring '20s—although perhaps with a much more modern reimagination. Short skirts ruled (a bit shorter than true '20s fashion), yet always in a tasteful way. Among them, bubble skirts, tulip skirts, and leather.
For the travelers who prefer a skirt alternative, Nicolas Ghesquiere sent board shorts down the runway, a comfortable option, bordering on the masculine/feminine line. This ambiguous feel was present in various pieces, including cap-toe combat boots mixed with puffed-sleeves and velvet tops. Interesting details added to more subdues styles, such as batwing sleeves which give an added level of comfort for a woman traveling in style.
Aside from silhouette, the true beauty of Louis Vuitton pieces lies in the details. Beading, sequins, lace, pleating, and other tailoring techniques could be seen on every piece. These intricacies are what makes these pieces stand out from the rest. On one, a stunning metallic mesh overlay is reminiscent of the flapper era, wi...

The theme of the evening was apparent: Roaring '20s—although perhaps with a much more modern reimagination. Short skirts ruled (a bit shorter than true '20s fashion), yet always in a tasteful way. Among them, bubble skirts, tulip skirts, and leather.
For the travelers who prefer a skirt alternative, Nicolas Ghesquiere sent board shorts down the runway, a comfortable option, bordering on the masculine/feminine line. This ambiguous feel was present in various pieces, including cap-toe combat boots mixed with puffed-sleeves and velvet tops. Interesting details added to more subdues styles, such as batwing sleeves which give an added level of comfort for a woman traveling in style.
Aside from silhouette, the true beauty of Louis Vuitton pieces lies in the details. Beading, sequins, lace, pleating, and other tailoring techniques could be seen on every piece. These intricacies are what makes these pieces stand out from the rest. On one, a stunning metallic mesh overlay is reminiscent of the flapper era, without taking too literal of an interpretation. Another piece focused on bold stripes in black and white, displaying a mesmerizing contrast of color and proportion.
Weaving throughout the collection were obvious references to Art Deco and other inspirations from that time period. Geometric lines, structured shapes, and clean elements were at the forefront. A popular architectural theme from the 1920s, Art Deco symbolizes luxury and glamour—and that's exactly what this collection achieved.
Angular silhouettes, such as strong shoulders and nipped-in waists represent this style well. Additionally, prominent colors, including black and metallic (gold mostly) gave an air of sophisticated beauty. Ghesquiere successfully transported guests back to the Jazz Era, a time when flappers and speakeasies ruled and fashion was a world away from where it is today. The addition of Vuitton's signature glitz and glam made these pieces contemporary with a vintage-inspired feel.
Grab your suitcase, we're headed to the airport—literally. Each of the most prominent couture houses took their own spin on the resort/cruise theme, including both their designs as well as the location of their show. But leave it to Louis Vuitton to really go there. And by "there," we mean the airport.
Held at the TWA Flight Centre at JFK airport in New York City, the Louis Vuitton Cruise 2020 collection showcased bold, forward-thinking designs like only Nicolas Ghesquiere can achieve.
Arriving at the impressive and vast venue, guests were seated within the spacious room, as models walked through a terminal-like set. No matter where he intended for his models to be traveling, each one appeared to be going somewhere fabulous.
In all, Nicolas Ghesquiere, a mainstay at the helm of Louis Vuitton for the past six years didn't fail to disappoint. His well-known love of architecture translated perfectly to the venue and was the perfect backdrop for couture that was ready to take off and fly off the runway.

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Nicolas Ghesquière took Louis Vuitton to streetwhere, where it's a beautiful chaotic mess of patterns, colors and shapes. Who knew that leopard print blouse goes with a bold black and yellow checkered skirt? But at Louis Vuitton, it all works. As if mixed prints weren't enough, colors were splattered everywhere- from trousers, geometric clutches, lace-up boots to even oversized red leather earrings. There were 80's-inspired broad shoulders, ruffle tops, high-waisted pants and denim jumpsuit. All were topped with bold accessories like waist belts with lips, checkered top handle bags, sleek leather hats and oversized LV monogram tote.

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