27.11.09

Louis Vuitton Spring 2010 Press Day

This week I also attended the Louis Vuitton Spring 2010 press day in London.

The show back in October was inspired by the ’80s and ’90s New Age traveller.

Street clothes embraced the hippie-cyber, tribal-punk world.

Mannequins were dressed in the Spring 2010 collection, plus they also had on those afro wigs.

There were only few of the mannish check shirts, baby-doll dresses and oversized parkas on display as this press day was more about the accessories.

Necklaces and bracelets looked like headphone cables in gold and sprayed with metallic paint. Other key accessories included belts in faded shades of monogram denim and jacquard, plus sunglasses laser-cut cat’s-eye shape with fluorescent pink or green visors.

The New Age woman needs a stand-out bag and the messenger bag will now sell-out because Victoria Beckham has been seen carrying it.

This bag has a detachable fox tail, which you can see from the picture above comes in various colours.

The wooden clogs with low heels and New Age monogram mules with tufts of fur were interesting to look at up close, as were the more lust worthy wooden 6in heels.

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Pictures belong to Red Carpet Fashion Awards & Thanks to LeAnn for the heads up

In Kristin Cavallari's Closet - Laila Azhar Puff Sleeve Dress

In Kristin Cavallari’s Closet – Laila Azhar Puff Sleeve Dress

2009 Bambi Awards

2009 Bambi Awards

3 Responses to Louis Vuitton Spring 2010 Press Day

  1. robbie November 27, 2009 at 11:34 #

    wow louis vuitton, all your hard work really is paying off you are getting alot of big designers noticing you.

    those scarves are beautiful especially the pink and purple one. also those green boots are really nice. is that the fanny pack i can see in your pics :-P oh that is ugly.

  2. Jillian November 27, 2009 at 13:49 #

    Oh that bag with the detachable fox tail is horrible. A fox had to die so an ugly and useless accessory could be added to a handbag.

    I can understand the purpose of fur when it is used in a utilitarian manner for hats / coats / gloves etc for people in very cold climates — but that fur serves no purpose.

  3. j'adore November 27, 2009 at 18:26 #

    I love the scarves and some of the clothes but the shoes are a bit too much for my taste.

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