The final show during the Paris Fashion Week was by Louis Vuitton.
All the world’s a stage, and all the men and women merely players. The final show in Paris was on point and speechless. The models walked in the inner courtyard of Louvre to the accompaniment of a 200-person choir, who performed a remix made by Woodkid and Bryce Dessner of an original composition by Nicolas de Grigny. The chorus wore different historical garb, specifically chosen by a famous costume designer Milena Canonero.
Through his collection, Nicolas Ghesquière, who is a creative director of the brand, tried to explain the concept of endless time. The choir represented the past, the audience was the present, and the new collection was all about the future.
Indeed, while creating the fall-winter collection, the designer was not afraid to take risks. Victorian ruffles were styled with puffer jackets. He presented interesting geometric patterns and made some allusions to the outfits of jockeys, bikers, and matadors.
The new collection of Nicolas Ghesquière was vivid but slightly oversaturated with colors and styles. Although, it still was a fantastic final chord in the Paris Fashion Week.
Author: Anastasia Zhukova