Bringing to a close Parisian fashion week, the event was hosted in the Fondation Louis Vuitton which is scheduled to open to the public on October 27th.
The photographer Saskia Lawaks was there to document the electrifying atmosphere surrounding the show, grasping both intimate and utterly social moments between celebrities and fashion experts, capturing this very unique occasion for the French Maison.
The highly anticipated Louis Vuitton Women’s Spring 2015 fashion show took place at the Fondation Louis Vuitton in Paris.
Bringing to a close Parisian fashion week, the event was hosted in the Fondation Louis Vuitton which is scheduled to open to the public on October 27th.Fashion Show Nicolas Ghesquière Photography
Louis Vuitton is pleased to announce Nicolas Ghesquière's Spring 2015 Fashion Show, live on October 1st at 4am EDT.
Wherever you are, follow the women's fashion show on October 1st 4am EDT, broadcast live on louisvuitton.com.
The Women's Spring 2015 Show will take place at the Fondation Louis Vuitton to conclude Paris Fashion Week. Follow Louis Vuitton's official social media pages for additional insider content, including Nicolas Ghesquière taking over the Louis Vuitton Instagram account during the Paris Fashion Week: www.instagram.com/louisvuitton.Fashion Show Nicolas Ghesquière Ready to Wear Live
Discover Paris Fashion Week through the eyes of Louis Vuitton Artistic Director of Women's Collections, Nicolas Ghesquière.
Anticipating the Spring 2015 fashion show on Wednesday, October 1st, Nicolas Ghesquière will have his hands on the official Louis Vuitton Instagram account for one week.
Follow Nicolas Ghesquière at www.instagram.com/louisvuitton for an up close and personal view on the final preparations of his show. Discover his inspirations and daily encounters, a true behind-the-scenes experience.
Photo credit: Karim Sadli.Instagram Curator Fashion Show Ready to Wear Nicolas Ghesquière
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For the third time, Michelle Williams teams up with photographer Peter Lindbergh to present the new shades of the Lockit handbag in Louis Vuitton’s latest advertising campaign.
Between two performances on Broadway with the sparkling revival of the Tony Award-winning musical “Cabaret”, Michelle Williams drops by Peter Lindbergh’s New York studio to appear in the new advertising campaign for Louis Vuitton. Styled by Carine Roitfeld, the actress shows a modern allure as she dons pieces from Nicolas Ghesquière’s collections.
Originally created in 1958, the Lockit has ceaselessly reinvented itself, now, more supple in cashmere calfskin, with elegant curves and rounded lines. Here, this new campaign spotlights new shades: beige Galet and Black with python trim.Ad Campaign Leather Goods Photography Michelle Williams