4 Looks We Loved From Louis Vuitton’s Future Perfect AW15 Show

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    The shiny new Louis Vuitton museum threw open its gleaming glass doors once again this morning, inviting the fashion pack (including Paris Fashion Week stalwarts Kim Kardashian and Kanye West) to view the brand’s AW15 show.

    Designer Nicolas Ghesquière is now in his third season at the helm of the luxury giant and is settling in quite nicely thanks to his own brand of futuristic glossy styling and an unrivalled talent for creating super-covetable accessories.

    These are the five looks you need to know about…

    The Futuristic Trunks
    Always one to reconsider the house’s luxury luggage heritage, Nicolas Ghesquière made solid silver cases the objects of desire at his show this morning. On other bags, he’s reworked Vuitton’s world-famous logo in abstract new set-ups sure to appeal to loyal fans of the mega-house. Bags are and always will be Louis Vuitton’s lifeblood and AW15’s are a super-covetable bunch.

    The Vortex-Ready Coats 
    Eliminate the elements in one of Louis Vuitton’s super-shaggy power coats. Freja Beha Erichsen was the first girl out in a full white puffball, given a graphic twist with luxe leather fastenings. We are sooo ready for that next Arctic front. 

    The Structured Peplum Knits
    Classic rib jumpers were given a cool kick with heavy hem details that made them stand away from the body. Slashed open across the collarbone and teamed with skinny skirts, this was far from your basic winter knitwear.

    The Super Sunglasses
    Big, bug eyed and trimmed with heavy metal, expect to spot many a celeb hiding behind Vuitton’s new statement frames come AW15. These are the shades of the season.

    See all the front row stars and every look from the Louis Vuitton AW15 show in the gallery above.

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