The Belle Èpoque-era Paris was Nicolas Ghesquière inspiration for this Spring Summer 2020 collection. The importance of this era besides art and literature is the emancipation of women.
The silhouettes present flocked sleeves and round necks, short and flared trousers. It was a collection full of Art Nouveau style details, mainly in the organic figures prints full of colors such as purple, yellow and orange; Pink and white flowers on the blazer lapels and shoes with a masculine touch.
The hairstyles of some of the models such as the “Gibson Girls”, with lots of volume above the head, others with round top hats and vibrant red lips.
The bags were the perfect accessory and my favorite part of the Louis Vuitton collection. I loved the proposals of size from mini to maxi and the variety in the forms, such as the egg bag, this season they made it 3 times larger than what I used in my look for the show.
I also loved the classic luggage style bags with the monogram, although this time the proposal was super retro with a VHS cover.
My outfit was blue from head to toes, along with an incredible big feather earring, wet look for my hairstyle and blue eyeliner.
Once again the last PFW show was presented in the Louvre, in a clear environment, where it was projected in an original version Sophie’s music video “It’s Okay To Cry” in collaboration with Woodkid.
From the floors to the seats, everything made entirely of wood collected in a sustainable way, certified by the PEFC from the forests in the Landes, the main idea is to donate this wood to reuse it as part of a partnership with ArtStock. I think this is a very good change, knowing that the fashion industry is one of the most polluting, there is always a way to save the environment.