As we approach party season, Louis Vuitton provides joy through luxe trophy pieces to go out out in. Here, Danish photographer Michella Bredahl captures the AW21 collection for the latest issue of THE FACE.
Virgil Abloh is unravelling the rules and regulations of Euro-centric, Western sartorial codes and questioning why we perceive people based on how they’re dressed. This season, for Abloh, is about creating a new vanguard – one that is bold, radical and inclusive.
Virgil was here: the designer’s final runway presentation was a heartfelt tribute to the genius of a true visionary.
Nicolas Ghesquière’s latest venture into the unknown unfolds the mind-bending possibilities of a space-age future.
Designing for battle, this season was Ghesquière at his very best, amplified by a show location where the gleaming sun was guest of honour.
Far off travel was still strictly off limits for his latest resort collection, but Nicolas Ghesquière metaphorically took us on a trip to outer space and beyond.
The creative director transcends time for SS22, exploring the darkness of 17th century ruffles, skirt hoops and embroidery. But, true to form, it remained oddly futuristic – and he didn’t even need a sonic screwdriver.
In his most confident collection yet, the creative director goes for a sickly-sweet power punch of hyper-colours, bold shapes and a dream-like short film.
Nicolas Ghesquière references the low-brow, sci-fi and horror comics of the 1950s and ’60s in the new Louis Vuitton lookbook and it’s three-thumbs-up from us.
Dev Hynes, Octavian and Hector Bellerin all walked in today’s Louis Vuitton show set in a postcard-perfect Parisian square.
The designer talks us through his newly initiated "Post-Modern" scholarship fund and mentorship programme and Louis Vuitton’s Message in a Bottle film, created by an all-Black creative team.
In the 2010s streetwear infiltrated high fashion. In the 2020s gaming is set to take the front row.
After his sudden death was announced last night, we look back at the designer’s immense influence on culture.
Earlier this year, the deadly-cool poet and visibility activist became Louis Vuitton’s first Black trans model to walk in a show. And with a bone structure like that, they’ll be coming to many more catwalks near you soon.
From Prada gadget cases to Louis Vuitton perspex packs. Don’t try this at home.