Paris Fashion Week: Louis Vuitton Ready to Wear Fall 2017

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Paris Fashion Week: Louis Vuitton Ready to Wear Fall 2017

Paris Fashion Week: Louis Vuitton Ready to Wear Fall 2017

Paris Fashion Week: Louis Vuitton Ready to Wear Fall 2017

Paris Fashion Week: Louis Vuitton Ready to Wear Fall 2017

Paris Fashion Week: Louis Vuitton Ready to Wear Fall 2017

Paris Fashion Week: Louis Vuitton Ready to Wear Fall 2017

Paris Fashion Week: Louis Vuitton Ready to Wear Fall 2017

Paris Fashion Week: Louis Vuitton Ready to Wear Fall 2017

Paris Fashion Week: Louis Vuitton Ready to Wear Fall 2017

Paris Fashion Week: Louis Vuitton Ready to Wear Fall 2017

Paris Fashion Week: Louis Vuitton Ready to Wear Fall 2017

Paris Fashion Week: Louis Vuitton Ready to Wear Fall 2017

Paris Fashion Week: Louis Vuitton Ready to Wear Fall 2017

Paris Fashion Week: Louis Vuitton Ready to Wear Fall 2017

Paris Fashion Week: Louis Vuitton Ready to Wear Fall 2017

Paris Fashion Week: Louis Vuitton Ready to Wear Fall 2017

Paris Fashion Week: Louis Vuitton Ready to Wear Fall 2017

Paris Fashion Week: Louis Vuitton Ready to Wear Fall 2017

Nicolas Ghesquière presented his fall collection for Louis Vuitton on Tuesday in the Cour Marly in Paris, confusing guests on where the entrance is. However, once the show started onlookers were treated to a show that blurred the boundaries- gender, clutural and day and night. In the collection notes it stated “[He] aims to do away with frontiers altogether and shift into the evocation of the nomadic, where the city blends with different landscapes…”

On the idea of blurred lines, the collection seemed to blur seasons, as the first half of the presentation showed luxurious fur jackets and vests and the second half showed more slip dresses. Every look from the collection was suitable for day and night wear, really staying true top the ready to wear montra. We also fell in love with the bags this season being featured on almost every look.

The 46 piece collection featured somehitng prefect for everywomen but still keeping things simple and clean, something uncommon in European design. Take a look at our favorite pieces from the fantastic collection!

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