The style sector has usually been tied up in 1 way or a further with other aesthetic pursuits like art and architecture, and no brand has explored these intersections as ardently in the previous decade as Louis Vuitton. The brand has collaborated with legendary architect Frank Gehry on each buildings and accessories, and this weekend, LV took its Cruise 2018 show on the road to the I.M. Pei-created Miho Museum outdoors Kyoto, Japan. The garments reflected designer Nicolas Ghesquiere’s twin interests in each architecture and Japanese culture, and the outcomes have been attractive.
We have but to find any side-shot pictures of the bags, which are far more readily accessible through the conventional style week shows of spring and fall, but simply because of the sorts of bags Vuitton shows, lots of of them are a lot visible from the straight-on runway shots. The lineup consists of variations on the well known Speedy, as nicely as circular bags reminiscent of hat boxes and flap bags adorned with cartoon faces, made alongside legendary Japanese designer Kansai Yamamoto. Verify them all out beneath.
[Photos via Vogue Runway]