Autumn/Winter ’15 Collection at a Glance
Almost two years ago, Nicolas Ghesquière succeeded Marc Jacobs at Louis Vuitton. In his third season he has given us an extremely charming mixture of rock ’n’ roll, brains and a touch of futurism, which is now retro, too. Uncomplicated, individual and versatile is how the designer sees the future of women’s fashion: “Individual styling is usually the most inspiring.” Perfectly cut (leather) miniskirts with several five-centimetre vents. Combined with aluminium mini cases: a vanity case? Far from it. It’s a gadget case. And it in there’s a dedicated space for every gizmo that the well-networked woman needs, from her smartphone to her charging cable.
The gadget case. No necklaces, instead chains with dangling silver medallions worn loosely around the waist or hip and – no, we’re not mistaken – anklets!
Knits with coquettish décolletage cut-outs and gently curling seams, sleeveless like a tank top but covered in diamonds.
A drone circled over the runway and broadcast the show from various angles live onto numerous screens.