First look: Louis Vuitton Pre-Fall 15

First look: Louis Vuitton Pre-Fall 15

With a lookbook shot by Juergen Teller

Louis Vuitton presented its Pre-Fall collection in the midst of last week's Haute Couture shows, keeping things intimate and fresh with Nicolas Ghesquière choosing LV's new Right Bank headquarters to showcase his first Pre-Fall offering for the iconic French fashion house...

With the lookbook shot Juergen Teller, Louis Vuitton's artistic director Nicolas Ghesquière, continued to work a chic Seventies vibe for the Pre-Fall season which saw an earthy palette, retro tailoring, ribbed turtlenecks and flared jeans accented with leather and larger-than-life zipper tabs.

As corduroy, denim and tweed dominated the collection, elongated silhouettes were paired with lightweight layers. Knee-length dresses were worn with patterned windbreakers while pointed alligator-skin booties were paired with slim leather pants and wool outerwear – keeping looks simple with a focus on delicate craftsmanship. 

Aside from the clothes, standout Louis Vuitton accessories for Pre-Fall include soft versions of the Dora bag – chain-handled silhouettes in quilted rich patent leather – and the reworked Speedy bags in glossy monogram canvas.  

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