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October 3, 2018

Front Row @ Louis Vuitton Spring 2019

Front Row @ Louis Vuitton Spring 2019

At the Louis Vuitton Spring 2019 show on Tuesday (October 2) during Paris Fashion Week, there were almost too many LV lovelies to count — and a few good men, too.

Cate Blanchett: The hero piece of Cate’s look was clearly the statement jacket that was a glitzy constellation of embellishment — and signature LV logo-lined cuffs — to jazz up the sophistication of the moody-dark ensemble.

Alicia Vikander: As per usual, the actress effortlessly customized an LV look to her chic standards; this one bringing in boho flair with its mix of patterns, autumnal hues, and the floral tapestry coat about her shoulders. Some would say the cross-body purse was a bit big, but she made it fit right in.

Thandie Newton: The allure of this lacy dress was balanced with the tailored jacket on top. And, can we just talk about Thandie’s gorgeous hair.

Front Row @ Louis Vuitton Spring 2019

Léa Seydoux: We’d expect Léa to be at the epitome of Parisian chic, and she was with this tailored jacket and trousers — taken to the next level with the jewels, tie belt, and bucket bag.

Laura Harrier: Full of pure sass, this delicate-meets-daring look offered up a mix of sweet and sexy vibes, all served up with an edge — thanks to the over-the-knee boots.

Nina Dobrev: The pristine-white quality of this dress was elevated by the intriguing, sculptural detail, all toughened up with the box handbag and sock booties.

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Catherine Deneuve: Catherine added some LV splash to her classic black ensemble with a bold scarf.

Isabelle Huppert: I love how Isabelle is giving us so much vivacious attitude here with the metallic pants and statement shades. It’s just another representation of her ageless style.

Adèle Exarchopoulos: The legs had it in this design that balanced the micro-mini length of the skirt with the bold shouldered, big sleeve top. The striking geometric shoes ensured that the look was appreciated from top to toe.

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Amandla Stenberg: Men’s tailoring fused with leather edginess in Amandla’s latest look.

Shu Qi: Integrating some of the same elements of menswear seen in Amandla’s pinstripe dress, this cozy knit design took on an experimental spirit. Yet I love how Shu made all of those random layers and oversized cuffs seem so effortless — with the red lip an exclamation point to the look.

Shailene Woodley: I have a feeling the funky sneakers will be the element that raises the most eyebrows with Shailene’s sweater dress. Yet, you have to give it to her for working what many would call ‘fugly’ shoes as best as could be imagined.

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Luke Evans: I’m not sure if the shiny varsity jacket or the super-tight jeans (or the mustache) took top billing here.

Sophie Turner: I love the power proportions of Sophie’s statuesque look, between the embellished top, shimmery ruched skirt, and over-the-knee platform boots. The bucket bag was a perfect complement to finish it off.

Joe Jonas: The sneakers added a hip, urban finish to Joe’s gray suit.

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Rila Fukushima: This mish-mash of patterns and ruffles will likely seem familiar, as we’ve seen similar LV looks rendered in similar fashion. Given that there was so much going on with the dress, I might have erred on the side of a simpler ankle boot or heel.

Justin Theroux: Layers never looked better than in this fine take on black with the luxe-smooth bomber jacket adding so much dimension to the sweater and skinny pants.

Shay Mitchell
: I love how Shay made the piece-y elements of this vest-scarf-sash look seem like the ultimate cool-girl ensemble. The edgy booties helped, too.

Credit: Courtesy of Louis Vuitton

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