Paris Fashion Week officially closed after Nicolas Ghesquière’s emotional collection.

It can be said that the Louis Vuitton Spring – Summer 2020 collection is the thread connecting the past, present and future.

Louis Vuitton Spring - Summer 2020 collection: The flow of time and art

Dandy suits with randomly combined patterns, sparkling sweaters worn with puff-sleeved shirts, and short skirts suggest many combinations for the new season.

Louis Vuitton Spring - Summer 2020 collection: The flow of time and art
Louis Vuitton Spring - Summer 2020 collection: The flow of time and art

What impresses people about Nicolas Ghesquière is the way he `holds on` to the past but transforms it in his own way.

Louis Vuitton Spring - Summer 2020 collection: The flow of time and art

Oversized egg-shaped handbags, cylindrical high-heeled shoes and boots, cassette tape-shaped handbags, monogram tote bags with VHS tape attached… promise to be `sought after` accessories in the near future.

Louis Vuitton Spring - Summer 2020 collection: The flow of time and art

The collection ends with minimalist designs, recreating the image of Sarah Bernhardt, a famous French actress at that time.

Nicolas Ghesquière’s future fashion story cannot lack a sustainable element.

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