The perennially sophisticated and glamorous LV atelier released the 60s inspired Louis Vuitton Pre-Fall 2012 collection. Indeed, runway-inspired fashion has never been this wearable and universally-flattering.
For talented fashionistas it won't take a moment to notice the
versatile and outstanding collaboration of Marc Jacobs and Julie de Libran which
brings a new wave of ensembles in the career of the Louis Vuitton fashion house. The fashion trends of the past decades had a
massive influence on de Libran who decided to base her complete
collection around the personality of the famous architect,
Charlotte Perriand. There's no need to use a guidebook to select
the most flattering apparels. Instead, take a closer look at this
flamboyant repertoire of clothing items which can be easily
incorporated into everyone's wardrobe.
For this season, Julie de Libran aims to furnish the style crowd with wearable and timeless ensembles. She claimed that, “It’s good to have all the beauty, but you have to be able to wear the clothes. After all, that’s what we’re all here for, aren't we?" The 60s feel gives these looks an immaculate and super-sophisticated feel. 'It' girls who are ready to train themselves for the up-and-coming fashion tendencies will find it a real thrill to skim through the retro chic inspired outfits offered by the LV atelier.
Injecting a utilitarian French couture and a classy purist vibe
into the complete collection is one of the secret weapons of the
Jacobs - de Libran team to target the group of mainstream
fashionistas. There are no provocative or extravagant twists
instead, we have the chance to enjoy the myriad of refined fabric
selection and pastel shades which reflect the melancholic
atmosphere of autumn. Tweed dresses, ivory blouses and cropped
pants are all used to pay tribute to the ultimate lady-like style
cult. Sequin details and fur breathe life into the minimalist style
Become a complicit into the project of these visionary designers to promote subtle elegance combined with a modern and fashion-forward aura. See the loveliest baby doll dress decorated with 'trompe l'oeil frogging details' or the hottest mohair pantsuit decorated with the signature leopard print of Stephen Sprouse. These original combos make up the innovative section of the collection. Each season the LV house succeeds in reanimating the image of the sensual and style-conscious woman.
Image courtesy of Louis Vuitton