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Every Look From Nicolas Ghesquière's Futuristic Louis Vuitton Cruise 2023 Collection

The Louis Vuitton Cruise 2023 presentation took place on the California coast on Thursday evening and streamed live around the world. A devoted fan of modernist architecture, Nicolas Ghesquière staged the show at the Salk Institute in San Diego, with a sherbet ombré sunset sat atop the Pacific Ocean as the backdrop, and a runway enveloped by Louis I. Kahn brutalist architecture as the frame.
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I wanted the clothes to be like reflections, a point of contact between light and people. Nicolas Ghesquière

The show's setting and collection dually brought the audience back to an era of Vikings and warriors while fast-forwarding them into a futuristic, post-apocalyptic time.  It was all of the ingredients that one would envision for an exceptionally chic cinematic Sci-Fi film that everyone wants to star in... and wear all of the indulgent clothing.

The Salk Institute


Musician and Louis Vuitton brand ambassador Lous and the Yakuza opened the show, leading the parade of models channeling an army of ethereal warriors clad in strikingly beautiful, strong silhouettes and textiles. The looks, lalluding to armor, evoked a sense of the everyday woman armed and ready to face the realities and battles of today and tomorrow. 

As the saying is frequently heard: "Women are the future."  Well, women are the present and most definitely the future, and the Louis Vuitton Cruise 2023 collection is an empowering representation of exactly this mantra.



A cavalcade of stars flew descended on  the sun-drenched coast to support the brand and the House’s Creative Director’s vision, including Léa Seydoux, Deepika Padukone, Urassaya Sperbund, Emma Roberts, Miranda Kerr, Ana De Armas, Samara Weaving, Billie Lourd, Chloë Grace Moretz, and Louis Vuitton Executive Vice President Louis Vuitton Delphine Arnault.  

See the full Louis Vuitton Cruise 2023 collection show here.



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