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CRUISE 2020 SHOW: KEY LOOKS

Fashion | April 17, 2019 |

CRUISE 2020 SHOW: KEY LOOKSImage courtesy of Louis Vuitton

CRUISE 2020 SHOW: KEY LOOKS                                                                                             Location: TWA Flight Center in New York
Status: Completed

Louis Vuitton presents highlights from Nicolas Ghesquière’s Cruise 2020 Collection, shown at the TWA Flight Center in New York.

The dialogue between Paris and New York is a long-running conversation that Louis Vuitton began with the first trans-Atlantic crossings, and that continues today with the Cruise 2020 Collection, presented at the old TWA Terminal at JFK Airport.

CRUISE 2020 SHOW: KEY LOOKSImage courtesy of Louis Vuitton

On the one hand, there is America’s historic fascination with French fashion and the Couture spirit. On the other, there is the foreigner’s fantasy of the incredible city that is New York.

Nicolas Ghesquière expresses this stylistic to and fro through outlines of legendary buildings transposed as sophisticated prints, clever embroideries, and dazzling brocades. Acid colours recall the brilliant lights across Manhattan, from Downtown to Uptown. Pinstripes poetically transgress from the Wall Street uniform while shaded silhouettes stir a Gotham City ambiance.

 CRUISE 2020 SHOW: KEY LOOKSImage courtesy of Louis Vuitton 

This sartorial exchange revels in a mash-up of references, emotions and stories set against the unique backdrop of the world’s most imaginative airport terminal, in the world’s most cinematic city.

more. www.louisvuitton.com

CRUISE 2020 SHOW: KEY LOOKSImage courtesy of Louis Vuitton 

    

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