12 March 2010

Louis Vuitton

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If you'd told me that the Louis Vuitton show was going to end up being my favorite of the season I'd have probably told you you were off your rocker. I guess it ends up making sense seeing that Marc Jacobs is the mind behind it all and I'm usually a fan of his work. I just typically like the Marc by Marc Jacobs best and was taken by surprise at just how much I like the Louis Vuitton this time around. The prim skirt length is especially refreshing and something I'm excited to experiment with more. That "below the knee" thing can be quite tricky to pull off. Definitely saving these looks as a reference when I'm stuck.

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18 comments:

Maria Confer said...

I never would have thought it, too. I always love marc by marc and only usually like a few LV pieces, but this whole collection was so classic and beautiful.

Lulu Letty

litelwonderland said...

What an amazing collection!! I love the shapes and the muted colors. Very classically gorgeous!

Rhitbee said...

my gosh! I am in love with these looks too, they're all so classic!

Fabiola "Fab" said...

Now that's a collection. Classic and timeless!!! love it!!

Kelley Anne said...

Wow, these are beautiful. I love all of the longer hemlines and plaid, flouncy skirts this year. Its so beautiful and lady-like.

LoveCharlesVintage said...

Ohh I love it!
You could be walking down that runway.

Tea Lady said...

eeek! I LOVE it. Especially the rose pink dress.

I'm a big fan of Marc by Marc Jacobs dresses also. I think its my favorite designer. Its my goal to buy a Marc by Marc Jacobs dress one day... when I can afford it (which will be never).

Initials.CC said...

tres belles robe rose !!

Des bisous de CELINE&CHARLOTTE

Midnight Cowgirl said...

I love the longer skirts!

BaronessVonVintage said...

oh, SWOON!

kate said...

so ladylike! very beautiful!

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Esz said...

I love this collection too and it is rather surprising. I hope this portends a lowering of skirt hemlines in seasons to come. I am thoroughly over bum-grazing miniskirts that are so 'fashionable' right now.

Lulu said...

ooh that first outfit is so classy! it all is, but that ones my favorite =]

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the clothing project said...

love it.

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the spectator said...

I love the skirt/dress length.

Lacey Starr said...

That's certainly a departure. I love it!

Vintage Duygular said...

How beautiful collection!

Melissa said...

I also liked that he used curvier models than the ones normally seen on runways (Laetitia Costa, Adriana Lima, Elle MacPherson, etc.). I hope that's a trend that will stick around!