Louis Vuitton Fall 2018 - Runway Review
March 6, 2018
Louis Vuitton opened up one of the most secret courtyards of the Louvre to guests including Emma Stone and Michelle Williams, their arrival greeted by a statue of a grotesque wild boar in dappled light as fierce wolf statues spewed water from gnarling jaws.
The former royal palace's undulating baroque staircase merged with the catwalk to showcase Nicolas Ghesquiere's Fall 2018 designs, a hint of the grandeur evident in the revamped ethnic, sportswear and military styles rendered in a modern way. There were statement collars in contrasting colors, gowns with truncated lattice capes around the bust and tops with chest stripes.
A sharply cut tuxedo was worn loosely around the shoulder, their sleeves left limp. And a knee-length silk dress in horizontal sections fluttered by unstructured in the breeze.