Inspired by Japanese art and culture, Louis Vuitton fashion designer, Nicolas Ghesquière staged what has been said to be one of fashion’s most spectacular shows.
Set in Japan of course, at The Miho Museum in Korea, south-east of Japan, the elite fashion brand had models wearing anime inspired designs, dragon emblazoned jackets, embellished jackets, leather boots and kimono-esque belts.
Pieces at the show were colorful, stunning, trendy and mostly wearable. It is easy to relate to the lace up boots, graphic printed cardigans, oversized jackets, simple yet stylishly tied belts on a daily basis. The models wore colorful Japanese inspired face paintings with free tumbling uncombed hair and accessorized with leather gloves, fancy colorful scarfs, and the latest bags from the brand.
However, as important as the brand’s latest is, great detail and attention was given to the location of the show, a suspension bridge emerging from a mountain range at the museum.