Nicolas Ghesquière went on a colorful and eclectic journey through time for spring. There were references to Art Nouveau, Paris’ Belle Époque era, and even the Gibson girl. But amidst all the various time periods, colors (the colors!), prints, and silhouettes, there was a modernized stream of cohesion that proved Ghesquière is moving fashion forward, even while looking back.
This article originally appeared on Harper’s BAZAAR US.
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