Louis Vuitton has always had a travelling spirit—”a vessel sailing through time, guided by the winds of savoir-faire, technique, discovery and artistic ideals.” For fall/winter 2023, the maison presented the collection at the Musée D’Orsay, which was originally built as a train station in the 1890s. Artist Philippe Parreno and production designer James Chinlund reproduced a cobbled Paris street complete with sound illusions conceived by Nicolas Becker.
Nicolas Ghesquière mused on the notion of the inimitable French style with a collection that highlights the quintessential French essentials: cinched blazers and coats, undone jackets, and the classic shirt dress. Ghesquière also experimented with voluminous silhouettes that ballooned with exaggerated sleeves, protruding bustiers, and billowy trousers.
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Yet, it was Ghesquière’s ability to bring together some of the most stylish stars that really demonstrated the beauty of French fashion. From NewJeans‘ Hyein to Zendaya and Deepika Padukone,
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