Louis Vuitton (LVMH.PA) womenswear designer Nicolas Ghesquiere sent out a lineup of tailored styles with a geometric touch.
For the LVMH-owned label’s spring runway show, which was held in a gutted-out building on the famous Champs Elysees in Paris.
Models strode down the runway in black and white checks, stripes, and wide belts slung low, wearing long skirts paired with loose bomber jackets and leggy schoolgirl looks with short, double-breasted coats.
Shimmery jumpsuits with low necklines and glossy miniskirts added extra shine, while high-waisted trousers were elevated with voluminous sleeves.
The audience, which included American actress Zendaya, Louis Vuitton’s menswear designer Pharrell Williams, and Felix from K-Pop group Stray Kids, sat in risers built in the vast, empty space, outfitted with spotlights and draped in orange plastic.
Paris Fashion Week winds up Tuesday, with labels including Chanel and Miu Miu.