Many of the same stars who were at the opening of the Louis Vuitton boutique were seated front row at the Louis Vuitton Spring 2018 show the next day on Tuesday (October 3) during Paris Fashion Week. So, you will be excused if you’re already experiencing a certain kind of déjà vu.
Here, the lineup of the LV looks—take two—from the brand’s biggest fans.
Cate Blanchett: I had a slightly easier time embracing this directional look from Cate, as opposed to her more disjointed offering the day before. Perhaps some elements still seemed a bit forced, but no one can say this wasn’t a mullet-esque look—warrior-chic on the top, and business on the bottom.
Julianne Moore: Stepping away from the colour black, the actress was radiant in this rich, jade-green dress that had its own party happening at the back with the long fringe detail.
Alicia Vikander: Yet again, Alicia’s effortlessly chic look took top billing. In this case, it was her accessories—the handbag and booties, in particular—that really elevated this all-black ensemble.
Michelle Williams: Opting for a more laid-back approach, Michelle took a break from the dresses and paired her midriff top and cropped denim with a signature patchwork suede jacket and logo tote.
Jennifer Connelly: Jennifer showed off another much-improved ensemble from the day before, as this layered look came off without a hint of try-hard. I love flash of yellow in her top and the hint of metallic in her boots, all topped off with the crispness of the tailored white jacket.
Lea Seydoux: Yet again, Lea let her coat be the statement piece here. And this lush, mixed fur piece certainly was that and more. With her luminous makeup and oxblood lip, she was ready for quite the glam tundra.
Ruth Negga: I’m not sure this sheer metallic ensemble was really within Ruth’s style, but I can applaud her for taking a risk and trying something new.
Fan Bingbing: As she continues to be a style chameleon, Fan went full-on futuristic-warrior mode in this woven leather design. However, despite its obvious theatrics, I have to say I found myself buying what she was selling, especially since she fully committed to the look—from ombre-gray ponytail to toe.
Laura Harrier: I would venture to say Laura’s statuesque frame helped her pull off this particular variation on the western-cowgirl theme, as her studded suede jacket and vest paired with the racing-stripe trousers were not an easy look.
Riley Keough: Some might say that it seems as if she forgot her trousers at home with this shirt dress topped with a mannish blazer and choker necklace. It did have a sort of unconventional, cool-girl spirit, but I would have definitely lost the choker, as there was already enough going on with the collar and lapels.
Jaden Smith: This is how to rock an urban-trendy outfit without the hint of try-hard—and how to wear puffer-coat-inspired styling without resembling the Michelin Man.
Raffey Cassidy: Wearing the same boots as the day before, Raffey showed their versatility with a completely different look. However, I would have liked to have seen this without the turtleneck, as it added one too many patterns and motifs for the outfit’s own good.
Rila Fukushima: Also going for a shorts-centric look, Rila matched her velveteen pair with a decorative sweater and silver handbag for plenty of punchy fun—with a slight boyish-sweet vibe.
Catherine Deneuve: I would have preferred to see this blue frock without quite so much bulk added by the fuzzy shrug; a more streamlined jacket or sweater would have done just fine.
Natalia Vodianova: These sheer, loose dresses can be a challenge to wear, but Natalia managed to look so easily sophisticated here.
Credit: Vogue.com & Getty