Fresh from the 2019 Met Gala, a number of Louis Vuitton lovers — and many other starlets — emerged at the front row of the label’s Resort 2020 fashion show on Wednesday (May 8) in New York City.
The LV showing at the Met didn’t exactly impress some of you, so perhaps this front row will land in better place.
Alicia Vikander: As per usual, this floral frock was such an Alicia look — with its relaxed-boho femininity mixed with a structured finish in the geometry of the belt and the pointy booties.
Cate Blanchett: The actress was ever-so-striking in this all-black number; I love how it mixed leather and zipper for a rock-glam edge to the utilitarian aesthetic.
Emma Stone: Wearing one of my favourite colours for the redhead — emerald green — she freshened up the jewel tone with the crispness of the white zipper trousers and pointy heels.
Laura Harrier: All variations of leather were front and centre here, for an urban-forward take on the traditionally denim jacket and denim skirt set.
Cody Fern: Always impressing with his experimental style, Cody turned heads from top to bottom with the highlighter-yellow colour-blocking of the molded jacket and the orange swath across his stylized sneakers.
Indya Moore: I was nearly getting a mild Met Gala ‘camp’ vibe from Indya here, with her hydrangea headpiece paired with the ruffled blouse and printed mini.
Léa Seydoux: There was a distinct retro vibe in this set, and the actress rocked the tricky proportions of the cropped, pouf-sleeve blazer and the high-waisted mom jeans.
Jennifer Connelly: Was the dress a bit extra, in its swirling amalgam of colours, prints, and ruffles? Sure, but I love it on Jennifer — especially since she let the art of the design take full stage with her minimal styling.
Nina Dobrev: The sassy schoolgirl look walked on the wild side with this bold-shoulder, animal print, tweed dress that still had plenty of charm when styled with the red satchel and loafers.
Riley Keough: If I was to say one thing about this look, it is that the zipper jacket just appeared a bit ill-fitting on Riley, which compromised the silhouette as a whole.
Michelle Williams: Sweet and simple, this frock still dazzled with its metallic embellishments.
Julianne Moore: I am not quite sure what was going on with the green velveteen fur haphazardly latched onto this look. But, it was a bit awkward — I would have ripped it off and ditched the handbag, too, so the cooler edge of the checkerboard sleeves could be fully celebrated.
Karlie Kloss: Basic is always beautiful — and the M.O. — for the supermodel who generally keeps it on the safe side, as we see again here.
Samara Weaving: I love the bold elements of this look — all of them — from the fiery orange lip, to the checkerboard skirt, cobalt clutch, and pointy laced-up booties.
Adèle Exarchopoulos: The autumnal colour palette presented here was lovely with her chocolate locks.
Natalia Vodianova: This was a darling look — save for the white bib piece.
Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner: Continuing to play quite the power couple, they coordinated in black, grays, and reds, with Sophie standing out in her candy-apple-red trousers and bold ruffled sleeves.
Credit: Courtesy of Louis Vuitton