Louis Vuitton Spring/Summer 2017 Collection by Cristina Fiorentino
Louis Vuitton, the age of sixteen, made a decision that would change not only his life but also the lives of his children and future generations would become a maker of trunks. La Maison has partnered with six designers, creating original pieces to celebrate the iconic canvas created more than a century ago: the Monogram.
Change of location for Louis Vuitton this season parades Nelia new Place Vendome boutique. Nicolas Ghesquiere, the creative director of LV, with this spring-summer 17 collection captures the elegance of the French capital, where converge all fashions, great vortex that absorbs the aesthetic codes from all over the world. And here Vuitton takes us on a trip to Paris in which women leave to float long jersey skirts, dream achievements in their suit, teasing in lace dresses. Women who love the intellectual complicity and wear t-shirt on which appear the heads of the eighteenth century fauns that dominate the facade of the number 2 in the Place Vendôme, home to boutiques and the new LV-style temple.
The colors that are the masters are white, black and green; the over jackets are worn with pencil skirts maxi interrupted by slits. The tight pants are worn with wide leather jackets. The dresses are long and fluid.
Boots and pointy high-heeled shoes. Classic bags by hand or small precious boxy.
Author: Cristina Fiorentino