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Game On -- The Comprehensive Analysis of Louis Vuitton Womenswear
Louis Vuitton 2021 Resort collection draws inspiration from Static Journey, takes "Game On" as the theme and explores inner emotions. Items of this collection are shot in the studio in Paris of Nicolas Ghesquiere, the womenswear art director. Nicolas Ghesquiere compares fashion creation to adventures in games. The collection consists of two parts, Quotidian and Playing Cards. Playing cards become main design elements of bags in the new season. Classic monogram mixes with four suits of playing cards, or bags are designed to be playing cards, hearts and dice. This collection takes us on a relaxing and unique resort journey.
Everyday luxury -- The Analysis of Louis Vuitton Menswear
Recently, Virgil Abloh, the creative director of Louis Vuitton, raised a new concept - replacing conventional fashion show with animation new media. The story begins in its birthplace Asnières and tells about the worldwide travel of cartoon characters. Louis Vuitton S/S 2021 collection will first land in Shanghai on August 6, and the fashion show will be on simultaneously with live streaming, offering a convenient and safe way to present the show.
Anachronism -- The Catwalk Analysis of Louis Vuitton Womenswear
The A/W 2020 show of Louis Vuitton opens at the Louvre museum as scheduled. Nicolas Ghesquiere, the artistic director of womenswear, starts the show with a handwritten letter as the key. As the music plays, two hundred actors in costumes from different eras wait in the stands. Their looks span from the 15th century to the 20th century, and form a cross-time choir, so the dynamic classical beauty becomes the non-negligible background of the show, with soft singing and action to add a time filter to the show. The show is inspired by "Anachronism". People in the stands slowly salute to the models with eyes, as if people in the past were watching at the moment. Let's feel the collision of trends.
Heaven on Earth -- The Catwalk Analysis of Louis Vuitton Menswear
Virgil Abloh, the artistic director of Louis Vuitton menswear, unveils this season's theme of Heaven on Earth, and uses a reverse clock moving through the clouds as an invitation to the A/W 2020 menswear show. The blue sky and white clouds are scattered by traditional tools like bobbin, scissors, pencils, hammers and brushes. The huge sculptures complete the surrealism and also pay homage to the brand's traditional crafts. Although the A/W 2020 menswear of Virgil Abloh is moving away from the street style, more formal cutting and experimental prints also bring new luxury aesthetics that is quite different from previous years.
La Belle Epoque- The Catwalk Analysis of Louis Vuitton Womenswear
Nicolas Ghesquière, the art director of Louis Vuitton womenswear, mixes the ingenious thoughts in the golden age of fashion with the S/S 2020 womenswear catwalk. The unique design language is applied to play back the La Belle Epoque of Paris. The S/S 2020 womenswear catwalk of Louis Vuitton invites many celebrities, such as the brand ambassador Alicia Vikander, its friend Zhong Chuxi and Dilraba (an actress).
Louis Vuitton -- Analysis of Resort 2020 Catwalk Brands
The place for releasing the LV's resort 2020 collection was at the fifth terminal building in JFK. The theme paid tribute to the first female pilot Amelia Earhart who was a feminist. Pilot helmets, glasses, crystals and metallic embellishments were used. The cut continued the 1980s style accentuating form.
Louis Vuitton -- A/W 19/20 Analysis of Catwalks for Womenswear
The catwalk of Louis Vuitton A/W 2019 Womenswear was held in Musée du Louvre. This collection depicts a fashion view that only the persons who truly know themselves can obtain. Checker comes back; abstract patterns and flowers are offbeat; contoured shoulder coats are modern. Miki Hat brings pure French vintage vibes. The whole collection presents the mysterious and futuristic feel that is between classic and edgy styles.