Nicolas Ghesquière debuted his latest offering for the Louis Vuitton Fall 2018 collection during Paris Fashion Week on Tuesday (March 6), with a number of the designer devotees in attendance.
Sienna Miller: After attending the 2018 Vanity Fair Oscar Party this past Sunday, Sienna was back on the fashion front row here. Her casual look was full of ’70s, boho charm with the ruffled top and high-waist, cropped denim—topped off with a ladylike finish in her stacked pumps and black-and-white handbag—although I can see some questioning the stark contrast of hues against her outfit.
Jennifer Connelly: I know there was an intentional long and languid aesthetic to these separates, but between the sleeves and the hem, both seemed just a bit too droopy.
Emma Stone: As the latest brand ambassador—also fresh from the Oscars—Emma represented the LV label more successfully here in this paisley frock. I like the unexpected twist to the girlish offering with the peplum jacket, and the additional edginess delivered via the over-the-knee boots.
Chloe Grace Moretz: I appreciate Chloe’s mix-and-matching of style genres here, but it still seemed as if the pieces—jacket, striped sweater, clutch, and boots—belonged to four different outfits.
Fan Bingbing: From the neck down, I would have never guessed this monochromatic ensemble belonged to Fan, as the mannish, urban edge was so far away from her go-to femininity.
Léa Seydoux: The main takeaway from this coat dress was its thrilling, magenta-purple hue.
Laura Harrier: I’m glad Laura let this frock speak for itself, styling it only with the pointy heels and not a lot of other competing pieces.
Michelle Williams: I think I would have been more charmed by Michelle’s retro-inspired look without the coat on top.
Sophie Turner: This was one of the sleekest, strongest looks of the bunch, and I loved it for that reason. Each element made perfect sense—from the patent, studded coatdress to the complementary handbag and booties.
Isabelle Huppert: In my book, Isabelle generally commands her looks with a no-nonsense aura of Parisian-chic sensibility, as was the case with this leather blazer-and-trouser combo.
Adèle Exarchopoulos: Preppy, menswear tailoring took a different turn with this plaid and striped blazer and shirtdress combo that almost worked minus the round handbag.
Ruth Negga: I love the nonchalant, stylistic attitude of Ruth’s look, with the plush jacket falling off her shoulders and the burgundy, power-hour jeans and patent booties. The satiny nightshirt I could have done without.