Who doesn’t love fashion week? For the most dramatic shows we’ve been waiting for, Paris closes with one of the the chicest, sexiest and most surprising collections of the season.. A band of luxury travel, Louis Vuitton brings more sexy into Spring/Summer 2013 with the mix of glamour, geometry and minimalism.
Clean contours and contemporary graphics dominated the collection, making viewers ask w-t-h happened to the LV monogram?
No worries because Marc Jacobs has another great idea by sending models into the runway dressed in checkered, gridded, and flowered outfits. Right along with this recurrence of 60s mod, black and white comes into play on a fresher note. The brightest color of them all was yellow with a touch of acid, but brighter, livelier and edgier, especially in checks.
Now the well sought-after designer throws checkerboard fashion into the catwalk while back in New York fashion week, his label showed more of stripes. Sequins glimmer in a liquid effect. The silhouettes showed no complications as they included full-length, mid-length an short dresses and pencil skirts. Coats and boxy jackets represented the cover-up section, some having elbow-length sleeves. To add more attitude to the range, cropped tops tease to reveal the midriff. Classy and stylish jumpsuits aren’t going to be missed as well.
As declared in almost all trend reports, kitten heels are back and Louis Vuitton is among other fashion houses that confirm the fact, this time, with point-toe style. For other accessories, Marc Jacobs had the girls carry clutches and small yellow purses with not so lengthy straps. In conclusion, the collection was a success and so was the presentation. All thanks to Marc Jacobs whose artistry is not only shown in the clothes he makes, but in his presentations as well.