louis vuitton resort 2015

Ghesquière still thinking about "a wardrobe," but clothes from Resort collection were significantly more embellished than what he did for Fall, and, by extension, more playful. He appeared to be having quite a good deal of fun: collaging mismatched prints, embroidering lace with tiny seed beads, and accessorizing with spiky silver belts and gladiator sandal-boots that inched up toward the knees. Deep pink was paired with baby pink, and caution orange with yellow and sea blue—"a game of colors," he called it. It made his debut look almost austere by comparison.
Ghesquière is still liking the fit-and-flare silhouette he introduced for Fall, but there was more diversity on the runway this time. High-waisted, slightly flaring trousers will stir memories for fans of the leg-elongating pants he used to make at Balenciaga; on the other hand, embroidered slips with scalloped hems were among the least structured things he's ever done. And because this was a Resort collection—in stores longer than any other season—the show ran the gamut, from a sheared fur coat to jersey T-shirt dresses. The handbag offering has grown, as well: The Petite Malle now comes with a chain handle, and he's added a new, wide-mouthed bucket bag. 

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