After a season filled with many new beginnings, (Jeremy Scott makes his debut at Moschino, Katie Hillier and Luella Bartley at Marc by Marc Jacobs, and Nicolas Ghesquière today at Louis Vuitton), the newly named Creative Director at Louis Vuitton, honors the past, and looks to the future as, “today is a new day.” Written in the show notes. As we salute to the past, at Marc Jacobs 16 legendary years at the House, Ghesquière leaves us remembering those days with former Runway regulars, Freja Beha, (opening the show, scream!!!!!!! A big excitement for me, especially since the Danish beauty hasn’t made any appearance at Fashion Week since she wasn’t featured in Chanel’s Spring 2012 campaign), and Maggie Rizer. But as we look back at the days when Marc Jacobs took the reigns at Louis Vuitton, Nicolas Ghesquière leaves excited and ready for what he has in store for us in the future at Louis Vuitton.
In the time between the switch of Marc Jacobs to Nicolas Ghesquière as Creative Director at Louis Vuitton, comes a Pre-Fall collection. Just like how I’d describe the velvet pants, zebra printed sweater, black Caridgan, and red scarf I wore yesterday; the collection most definately shows you how to Beat the Cold – The Chic Way. When an Oxblood sparkled skirt gets topped with a red sweater, leather boots, and a Ushanka. A short black collared dress gets warmed up with a Oxblood trench, Geometric thigh-high Boots, and a fur topper. And a fur jacket tops off a look warm enough to wear without a jacket in October.
Images from Style.com
Click the link to see my look for Beating those Cold Days: http://talesfromahighschoolfashionista.wordpress.com/2014/01/09/ootd-beating-the-cold-in-a-chic-way/
As Rumors have been speculating these past few months, about Marc Jacobs leaving Louis Vuitton, and Nicolas Ghesquière taking the Louis Vuitton reign. I can confirm the rumors are true. As Marc Jacobs’ leaves a memorable Spring 2014 farewell show, … Continue reading →
Marc Jacobs used Classy staples and converted them to make it more modern. Very Chic and very Louis Vuitton. Jacobs used many classic staples like the shade tan, big buttons, denim, suits, nautical stripes. Yellow, ruffles, and long flowy dresses gave the collection a modern Chic twist. And silk was used paired with a Chic n black jacket. Shades like red, black, yellow, sky blue, and emerald were all Chic key shades. Definitely a collection I would wear up North or in Annapolis I on the East coast, or to any Classy Chic city like Paris or London in Europe. Perfection.