As shown at Louis Vuitton, Loewe and Hermès. The idea has nothing to do with tech, and everything to do with good clothes.
PARIS — Like many people, Nicolas Ghesquière, the artistic director of Louis Vuitton women’s wear, started really traveling again last year — for work, for fun — after being mostly housebound during Covid lockdowns. And wherever he went, he and his team or he and his friends, would shop. They were trying to answer what he called “the eternal question”: What is French style?
And they were looking for something to wear. Which is another eternal question.
There were pleated silk jackets (because offices are back) belted over pearl-trimmed cobwebby knits (because they aren’t entirely). Sharp-shoulder shaved fake-fur jackets paired with leather jeans. A chunky belted camel wool coat that turned out to be not wool at all but leather printed to look like wool. A wisp of a filigree beaded skirt worn with an angora bodysuit and a woolly scarf twisted around the neck, as if the woman had gone straight from yoga class to a gallery job by way of the coffee shop.
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