It’s safe to say that Nicolas Ghesquiere is back on his element as he continues his reign on Louis Vuitton‘s womenswear. His spring 2019 collection for the leather goods behemoth was a grandstanding of his creative genius throughout all his years, in fashion particularly during his days in Balenciaga. The same forward-thinking designs, aesthetics, and styles were on full display at this show, such as the round silhouettes and the oversized tailoring. Print was also used in good measure here, whether it’s the colorful and slightly animated 80s shapes or the dystopian-like space age imagery that worked well with the denim pieces. He even ended the show with some modern floral prints that were akin to his iconic spring 2008 collection for Balenciaga. The supreme standout, however, was the sublimely cut and exquisitely-constructed clinically white overcoat of look 43. It was chic, contemporary, and representative of Ghesquiere’s expert couture skills and magnificent eye for design.
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