Louis Vuitton’s fall 2011 presentation was an extravagant affair complete with elevators, bell boys, french maids and even supermodels on the runway. Updating ’40s silhouettes, creative director Marc Jacobs sent out a parade of characters which seemed to have an underlying fetish theme complete with leather, handcuffs, pantless outfits and masks placed on chauffeur hats. Highlights included the appearance of supermodels Kate Moss, Naomi Campbell and Carolyn Murphy, leather pieces worked like lace and lovely sheer numbers. It seemed that for Vuitton’s latest collection, the indulgence of fantasies was more important than ever.
The March edition of Amica highlights the spring 2011 collection from Louis Vuitton in a dramatic series set at the Musée de l’Air et de l’Espace in Paris’ Le Bourget Airport. Lensed by Christopher Morris, model duo Suzie Bird and Ophelie Rupp take to the skies in Louis Vuitton’s Eastern inspired creations styled by Michele Ciavarella.
Louis Vuitton has a trio of leading models including Freja Beha Erichsen, Kristen McMenamy and Raquel Zimmermann for its spring 2011 campaign. In front of Steven Meisel’s lens, the group invites us into their boudoir full of colorful accessories and eastern inspired garments.
Catching on to the looks by number trend, Louis Vuitton’s pre-fall 2011 collection is a story of dark retro glamour featuring a bevy of coats, scarves and a dark color palette of burgundy, navy and camel. With unusual accessories such as visors and garments which cover the face, the Louis Vuitton woman is anything but boring for the pre-fall season.
Inviting us into their boudoir, Freja Beha Erichsen, Raquel Zimmermann and Kristen McMenamy star in the spring 2011 campaign from Louis Vuitton shot by Steven Meisel. (TFS)
An old school road trip serves as the inspiration for Louis Vuitton’s cruise 2011 catalogue featuring Anne Vyalitsyna. Photographed by Mark Segal, Anne wears the label’s elegant throwback designs with feminine silhouettes and subtle patterns.
Turkish actress Saadet Isil Aksoy wears a wardrobe of Louis Vuitton fall 2010 pieces for the November issue of Marie Claire Turkey. Lensed by Tamer Yilmaz, Saadet represents the quentissintal portrait of autumn’s Louis Vuitton woman with retro looks styled by Hakan Öztürk.
Anne Vyalitsyna takes in the view for Louis Vuitton’s resort campaign lensed by Mark Segal and styled by Julie de Libran. (Women Management)
Louis Vuitton brought a bevy of Eastern inspired pieces to the final day of Paris Fashion Week with a glittering and vibrant spring 2011 collection. Designer Marc Jacobs presented a collection of full on drama and camp; a daring contrast for a season seeped in quiet minimalism. Models walked down the catwalk in jewel tone satin, feminine lace and animal prints. Some were put in pairs or even trios with embordiered fans in hand playing on the Eastern influence.
Earlier today, we got a first look at the Louis Vuitton fall campaign featuring Christy Turlington, Natalia Vodianova and Karen Elson. Shot by Steven Meisel, the trio primps and preens in a 1950s style backstage area surrounded by retro shoes and glowing lights. Styled by Karl Templer in the same feminine spirit of the runway show, the three decades of top models that range from their 20s to their 40s prove that you can be beauty and success can come at any age.