Louis Vuitton closed the Paris Fashion Week and the entire month with an incredibly technological show: the fashion show was headed in the department store Le Samaritaine and models very literally surrounded by cameras and mics which, from the ceiling, the walls and the floor too gave guests at home the chance of join a 360° experience. The Spring 2021 by the label is more relaxed, genuine and “street” than usual, when Nicolas Gheaquière loved to work with layers and silhouette in order to create chic outfits. Of course, it does not mean the collection is “raw”, on the contrary each garment underlines a incredible knowledge of the mean.
To inspire the designer was the big – and everyday raising – “land in between” femininity and masculinity. Today a rising number of people want to get free from stereotypes and gender etiquettes, in order to experiment with clothing and their personality. According to Ghesquière this is a great opportunity for the whole society because, when pushing borders and asking for changes, this group of non binary people are getting the entire society free.
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#LouisVuitton presented @NicolasGhesquiere’s latest Women’s Collection at Samaritaine in Paris. See more from the Fashion Show at louisvuitton.com Featuring scenes from “Wings of Desire" directed by Wim Wenders Music composed by @tepr_ Musical direction by @woodkidmusic
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Each outfit moves then in a non defined place: there are skirts and dresses, but also tailored trousers a bit oversized and shirts, blazers and tops that take from both the female and the male wardrobe. In the opening, the t-shirt says “vote”, a slogan we have not seen much after the New York Fashion Week but which is always useful, everywhere in the world. Outer-wears and coats are extremely detailed: the panels that compose them are adjustable in different ways, in order to have a more fitted and feminine look or a rather baggy and relaxed one.
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