What will the world look like in the future? Is it as beautiful as the movie, in line with the Utopia of perfectionism? We are often eager to predict tomorrow, maybe dissatisfied with the status quo, want to escape from this era, and thus build a perfect world in our head. For the word “future”, creative director Nicolas Ghesquière often uses design to realize his ideas and shows us the world of tomorrow in his eyes. He likes to inject the elements of retro into Futurism and merge them into a new idea. The latest season of Louis Vuitton 2020 Early Spring Collection was held at the TWA Flight Center at Kennedy Airport in New York. It is designed by the famous Finnish American architect Eero Saarinen in 1962. Even half a century, it is still avant-garde today.
Tribute to the first female pilot in the history of Amelia Earhart
Many accessories and styling in the spring collection were inspired by Amelia Earhart, the first female pilot in history. She is not only the first female pilot to receive the Distinguished Flying Cross and fly to the Atlantic alone, but also a feminist. She set a lot of world records, and wrote her own flight experience into books and went to the bestseller list. She also does not forget her commitment to promoting women’s power and assisting in the establishment of women’s pilot organizations. Like the flying hat and glasses on her head, Nicolas Ghesquière reinterpreted it in leather, giving a more contemporary interpretation. The style of sunglasses on the hat fully expresses the personality of the Louis Vuitton girl.
Tailoring continues the strength of the 1980s, and there are many details to express women’s lines.
The tailoring of the collection seems to be a battle between Louis Vuitton girl’s genes, With a strong broad-shoulder paired with a mini skirt, and there is also a style like a princess’s puffy sleeves. The bodice of the armor is well-defined, wrapped around the body of the model into a drip shape line. The bottom with a small short, a jacket with a sexy Bra Top, exuding a masculine and effeminate aesthetic.
Strong contrast color application
Nicolas Ghesquière’s palette has always been a challenge to the norm. We can see the simple black and white, mint green, color blue, cherry red, and these contrasting colors shuttle between the series. It seems that the future world in the eyes of Nicolas Ghesquière is full of vigor and hope.
The last appearance was our creative director, Nicolas Ghesquire, thanked him for bringing us a visual feast.
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