Saturday, 6 October 2012

Louis Vuitton Spring Summer 2013

The set – Marc collaborated with artist Daniel Buren to create the eye grabbing magical set. The set had four escalators with yellow stripes, emptying out on a giant yellow and white checked runway. The escalators carried the models in pairs, down onto the shiny yellow and white checked runway. It was indeed a treat to watch the symmetry of the show, created by this fabulous set.

The collection – The main features of the collection were 60’s inspired cuts, large and small iconic LV Damier squares, sharp lines and refreshingly sunshine yellow. Though the designer said his collection was not meant to be 60’s, the pencil skirts, collarless jackets, duster coat, kitten heeled shoes with pointy toes and identical beehive hair evoked a strong essence of the bygone era. The collection was flirty at times, revealing the well toned midriffs in bandeau top or for that matter hipbones flashing out from a jacket and pencil skirt. 

The combination of squares in bright yellow or black with white, made the collection sleek, graphical and modern, while pop of floral shapes made it instantly refreshing. The accessories were simple – cubed speedy bags, clutches and kitten heeled shoes completed the look.

Marc kept the collection quite simple or so to say his emphasis was on the purity of the collection. "Purity can be cold and emotionless but there's also something comforting about it". said Marc.

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