Distinctive, casual, urban and also more youthful, that is new collection of Louis Vuitton women’s shoes for this winter showcases iconoclastic fashion that blurs gender lines.
Nicolas Ghesquiere, artistic director of Louis Vuitton’s women’s collections, works with an iconic pattern that has taken on an infinite number of forms over the decades. The classic design has been revived in the form of a jacquard fabric called Since 1854.
The star of the collection for this season is therefore the reinterpreted canvas that was first presented at the Fall/Winter 2020 collection show, along with the iconic Monogram motif.
The archival Since 1854 jacquard fabric goes great with elegant Silhouette ankle boots or Podium sandals. Both models are easy to remember thanks to the Monogram flower-shaped heel.
The canvas also appears on the more casual LV Archlight sneakers (this winter they are also available in a vintage “used” version) and LV Beaubourg ankle boots. Men’s Chelsea boots pay tribute to the Monogram canvas.
Laureate a Metropolis
This style is also influenced by other distinctive models such as the Laureate, an absolutely irresistible ankle boot with a distinctive Metropolis platform – a model that combines military inspiration with the playfulness of Monogram.
With a prominent square heel and pointed shape with contrasting details, the Matador evokes another classic: the western ankle boots called “horses”. They are available in black and silver with a small gold chain and two-tone strap in the Monogram design, or in a combination of black and red or black and canvas Monogram.
The winter 2020 footwear collection is currently on sale in Louis Vuitton boutiques.
Photo source: Louis Vuitton
Source: LUXURYMAG. Móda a módní trendy. 2018. by www.luxurymag.cz.
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