Louis Vuitton at Paris Fashion Week

Today is the last day of fashion week in Paris and Marc Jacobs designed a pretty cool concept for the Louis Vuitton show called Into the Boudoir.  I am not sure if you remember the concept from the last Louis Vuitton show with the geometric theme that I posted about here, but when I saw that the creativity continued as did the element of surprise with this show,  I was excited to share.

The stage concept is a runway that emulates a hotel corridor with hotel room doors that the models entered/exited from.  Three by three models entered the stage from and returned back to the hotel room doors to exit.

Kate Moss {above} walked the finale of the show {image}.


The concept according to Vogue UK is Marc Jacobs’ take getting all dressed up and staying in {sounds romantic}.  Pretty cool right?  The collection was influenced by the clothing items in a woman’s bedroom including chemise dresses and slips in plaids and tweeds, men’s coats turned into bathrobes,  satin pyjama suits,  and long-length tea dresses in antique shades.

Here are some highlights:

{images via Fashionista}

I love his style and can’t wait to see what they do next, although this show will undoubtedly have people talking for a while.

Have a great Wednesday!


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Event Planning & Public Relations in the Boston Area specializing in fashion, beauty, textiles & consumer goods.
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