Kim Jones, the artistic director of Louis Vuitton men’s, took his final bow with the brand on Jan. 18 in Paris. Supermodels Kate Moss and Naomi Campbell joined hands with the designer for his farewell runway walk. According to Jones’s Instagram, the supermodels’ special cameo (at a menswear show) was a tribute to the Marc Jacobs-led Vuitton of the early 2000s, and a thank-you to Jacobs for giving Jones his entry there.Joining Moss and Campbell was a sea of celebrity guests, who gave Jones a standing ovation. The Beckham family (including son Brooklyn Beckham, sporting a red-and-white monogrammed LV shirt) stood among a flurry of other fashion designers — including Virgil Abloh of Off-White and Olivier Rousteing of Balmain — who wanted to bid Jones adieu.The designer became the artistic director of Louis Vuitton in 2011, with his first collection debuting for Spring/Summer 2012 to rave reviews. It had been inspired by Jones’s past travels to Africa with his family, which he exhibited by the mixture of khaki shorts and tan suiting alongside bright African printed scarves, matching tees, and plenty of sandals. “It is rare to see a designer step so perfectly into new shoes. But this debut collection could not be faulted. Its soul was the essence of Vuitton: travel,” wrote Suzy Menkes for the New York Times following the debut.In 2017, Jones, who has become a figure for a streetwear-meets-luxury aesthetic, introduced the most sensational collaboration of his career — with Supreme. The collaborative collection sold out immediately, causing resale items to reach as high as $7,500 for a single hoodie.There is no doubt that Jones will be missed at Louis Vuitton, but considering how quickly the fashion industry’s revolving door spins, this will certainly not be the last time we see of him.Now take a look back at Jones’s most memorable fashion runway looks for the Parisian brand.Read more from Yahoo Lifestyle: • Barack Obama sends the prettiest surprise to Michelle on her birthday • What you need to know about the 2018 Women’s March events • Scrunchies are back for real this time, and here’s the price tag to prove itFollow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
Sure, we’re used to seeing designers collaborate with celebrities, and maybe even other brands, but what about fictional characters?Every so often, designers including Coach, Kenzo and Jeremy Scott turn to the silver screen for inspiration. From Disney characters to nostalgic cartoons and popular Netflix series, anything from film can be transformed into fashion garments.Most recently, Louis Vuitton’s SS18 collection during Paris Fashion Week drew inspiration from everyone’s favourite guilty pleasure, ’Stranger Things’, creating several garments featuring the Netflix cast.Louis Vuitton isn’t the first, and won’t be the last, designer to showcase an unexpected collaboration based on fictional characters. Have a little scroll to see every single time fashion has taken inspiration from film so far.Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK.Read more from Yahoo Style UK:The fashion collaborations on our radar this autumn12 ‘Beauty and the Beast’ collaborations to get your hands onDisney princess wedding dresses are here to make your fairytale wedding come true
Oscar de la Renta‘s new design duo, Fernando Garcia and Laura Kim, injected some youth and humor into the Resort 2018 collection. A sequin, cheeky monkey wearing sunglasses and sipping a martini was everyone’s favorite print, as well as the banana leaf similar to the iconic wallpaper from the restaurant Indochine in New York City (fashion crowd’s favorite restaurant since the 80s!). In addition, denim is introduced, and with an Oscar de la Renta, you better believe this is denim at its softest and finest.Speaking of comfort, Pierpaolo Piccioli’s Valentino Resort 2018 show in New York City on May 23 gave us all renewed energy for designers doing streetwear. A silk green tracksuit is the only thing we want to wear when we travel, while pink and red track pants paired with a fur coat is the Sunday-morning outfit of our dreams — and so are practically all the looks that Piccioli sent down the runway.Inspired by the New York City hip-hop scene and working with Zandra Rhodes on some of the prints, Piccioli ensured the Valentino show something for everyone.As for the other resort shows that have happened so far? The circuit reads more like the latest copy of Condé Nast Traveler, with Chanel’s Greek Revival at the Grand Palais in Paris, followed by Prada in Milan, Dior’s extravaganza in the Calabasas, Calif., desert, and Louis Vuitton near Kyoto, Japan.So what of the fashion? Here are the best of the best from all the collections so far.Read more from Yahoo Style + Beauty:• Charlize Theron, Demi Moore, and Freida Pinto Brave the Mountains of L.A. for Dior Resort Show• Valentino Is Loving Ruth Negga• What to Pack for Your Ultimate, Super-Chic Summer Road TripFollow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyle and @YahooBeauty.
Opinions differ on the outfit the new French first lady wore to her husband’s inauguration, but it has people talking and drawing comparisons.
Louis Vuitton spared no expense for the launch of its latest artistic collection. The Parisian brand hired out the Louvre to celebrate its upcoming range with US artist Jeff Koons.Available from 28 April, the collaboration celebrates the work of the Old Masters from Da Vinci to Van Gogh. Some of their most famous paintings have been painstakingly printed onto Louis Vuitton’s signature handbag styles with Jeff Koons’ initials replacing the traditional LV monogram.The star-studded dinner saw the house’s most-loved celebrity supporters in attendance. Jennifer Aniston, Cate Blanchett and Michelle Williams all turned up in different looks with some opting for summer dresses while others went down a biker girl route.Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK. Read more from Yahoo Style UK:Jennifer Aniston wows in skintight leather dress at The Leftovers premiereThe Internet can’t get enough of the grandma who carries fresh fish in her Louis Vuitton bag
A grandmother from Taiwan has gone viral after accidentally using her £900 Louis Vuitton bag to carry groceries. On a Chinese social media network, one user revealed how he had bought his grandmother an expensive new bag. The next time he saw her, he was “speechless” to see she was using the designer item to carry fresh fish.
Cate Blanchett wore edgy Louis Vuitton to the 2016 Tony Awards and flowery blue Giorgio Armani Privé to the 2016 Oscars. Suffice to say that she takes her style, if not herself, seriously.
[Photo: Instagram/olivianowicka] The past year has had its fair share of unusual trends, from quirky glitter roots, to the more-subdued frilled trousers. But just as we thought we had every possible trend sussed out from head to toe, there’s a totally new one in town - ear make up. Yep - gone are the days when make up resided primarily on our faces, because according to the runways it’s time to get the primer ready to give our lobes a make over. Читаем вот статью @wonderzine_mag про #earmakeup и, конечно, вспоминаем нашу апрельскую съёмку с @polinamilushkova ✨ Мы, кстати, предлагаем варианты не только с короткими сережками, но и с длинными тонкими серьгами с одним камнем или элементом.