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Louis Vuitton Cruise 2018 Collection at the Miho Museum in Japan

Written by Aini

French house, Louise Vuitton, debuted 2018 curious collection in Kyoto, Japan under Nicolas Ghesquiere tenure, far-flung venue in the heart of Kyoto’s medieval district selected for collection show held at The Miho Museum. Spectacular runway is perfect for aesthetic collection.

Shigaraki Mountains look behind metal bridge, having metal tunnel and suspension bridge, prefer as runway where funboy model walk to unveil dazzling collection.

“Every curious collection is a discovery and it’s a game of integrating the culture of every county we are visiting with a point of view that is very French and Parisian “said by Ghesquiere while talk about the collection. He also said” I’ve been coming to Japan for the more than 20 years for personal and for professional reasons and like everyone.

I was always amazed by the contrast between how they preserve the heritage and the history and they celebrate it, and at the same time how much they country is looking forward–it’s very technological and modern”. His talk define h is clear cut judgment about Japanese culture and heritage.

Woven, fur, cotton, sheer, lace gleaming sequins and drawing prints interestingly involve in collection designing, voluminous dresses, leather top, dress shirt, jackets, gown, vest, dresses and suits are in adorable style leave you breathless.

Belted fur jacket:

Show open by Japanese Actress, Rila Fukushima, who dress up color-blocked fur belted jacket design with amazing patchwork details. Leopard printed shoulder patch, and leather flatter collar insert make it more attractive. Fur jack pulled over oversize stripped button front cotton shirt and mini skirt. Cat eye flick and dramatic brow added to highlight Japanese culture.

Sequin T-shirt dress:

Shows locations have great worth for brand yet there is lot of details causes to success. Nicolas Ghesquiere collaborates with Kansai Yamamoto, Japanese designer, to create true sense of traditional culture.

Pieces that design with Kansai Yamamoto inspirations create incredible impressions for Louis Vuitton curious collection such as Sequin T-shirt dress, Kabuki EYEs-monogrammed Bags, speedy bag, and bold prints dresses.

Sheer lace slips dress:

Sheer lace slip dress, enchant with sequins, having square hem slung over colored stretchy jeans and monogrammed eye printed tee-shirt for bold and chic street looks. V-neck slip looks flawless over sleeveless white top and greeny pant. Textured gold gleam pointy boots also develop bold impression.

Bomber jacket and printed dress:

Flattering bold print high–neck mini dress wears beneath bomber jacket and hourglass blazer. Leopard printed pointy toe boots convey focal charm to this look.

Long jacket and skinny jeans:

Color blocked block and brown leather long jacket dress down with skinny leather jeans, pinstripes button fronts shirt, grey suede boots and speedy bag. Animal prints bold jacket coat collar looks so attractive.

Shirt dress and hourglass blazer:

Belted blazer, midi pinstripes button-front shirt dress, bright orange skinny, black ankle-up boots and boxy bag form dramatic ensemble let you rock on street and working organization.

Print block blazer and shirt dress:

Neutral prints block hourglass blazer, white button front shirt. Mini skirt and dark brown leather accessories develop bold and confident personality that turns back the heads.

Green blazer and dual color pant:

Half black and half creamy straight leg pants form excellent outfit with blue dress shirt, floral neck wraps, luminous green blazer. Monogrammed eye handbags and leather high-heel boots are smart details for statement finishing.

Woven top and shirt:

Woven knit jewel neck full sleeve sweater top make breathtacking attire with green shirt, and front cut buckle boots.

Louis Vuitton formal suit:

Delightful suit best for working out ladies is constructed by pairing dual color pant, white dress shirt, embossed leather pocket hem blazer, white booties and leather stitch office bag.


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