Louis Vuitton Transports Us To The ’80s For Fall/Winter ’19

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Louis Vuitton Fall/Winter ’19 at Paris Fashion Week

We’re bidding adieu to Paris Fashion Week as Louis Vuitton closes the Fall/Winter ’19 season with a desirable collection…

The last stretch of runway shows from Paris Fashion Week embraced the French capital, with the month-long event coming to an end overnight.

Similar to every season, Nicolas Ghesquière closed Paris Fashion Week with a bow, after his latest collection for Louis Vuitton debuted on the runway.

It was a collection fit for champions. Particularly those from the ‘80s.

Ghesquière’s dreamy creations merged elements of the past and present – a reoccurring theme throughout his career at the maison. Whilst juxtaposing youthful elements with references from the ‘80s, the Creative Director continuously (and delightfully) pulls it together – all the time.

Models stepped out in a slew of textural ensembles that clashed against the primary coloured-backdrop. Think classic tweed, leopard prints, quilted pieces, leather separates and silver sequins galore.

In addition to that, there was an abundance of achingly cool details that were not-to-be-missed. For example, prairie blouses with voluminous sleeves, bedazzled blue dresses, colour-blocked basics and pop-art graphics.

As for the location? The iconic Centre Pompidou was recreated for the backdrop to the brand’s runway show at the Louvre. And it set the tone for a collection filled with pizzazz.

Browse through Louis Vuitton’s Fall/Winter ’19 collection below…

Then, see how the emotions ran high at Chanel’s Fall/Winter ’19 show.

  • Words by Meeran Mekkaoui