October 2, 2019

Front Row @ Louis Vuitton Spring 2020

Posted by Rachel Watkins

As you could have probably guessed, the front row at the Louis Vuitton Spring 2020 show during Paris Fashion Week on Tuesday (October 1) had a number of LV-loving stars in its midst.

Alicia Vikander: I love the sporty-sophisticated nature of this ensemble that riffs on houndstooth, leather, and the stirrup pant trend. But, the collar of the jacket really demanded a sleeker bun.

Laura Harrier: If you look up girly-grunge in the dictionary, this is precisely what you’d see.

Jessica Biel: Like Laura, Jessica also wore stripes, but hers took on a Victorian vibe with the high-collared blouse. You may recall that the actress recently wore another Louis Vuitton look at the Toronto Film Festival — which I have to admit to preferring far and above this latest endeavor that felt a bit forced and disjointed.

Jennifer Connelly: An LV regular, the actress stayed on form in an edgy, eye-catching look from the designer. Even though there was a lot going on, I love how Jennifer rocked this particular brand of drama with the draped, blue velvet, corset bodice, and embellished sleeves.

Indya Moore: Laura may have shown us one version of girly-grunge, but I prefer what Indya put forth here in what I would call pretty-grunge. Despite the tougher spirit of this leather-accented look, her effortless approach and gorgeous curls really elevated the ensemble. You may remember that she also wore a Louis Vuitton look to the 2019 Emmys.

Chloë Grace Moretz: The starlet one-upped Jennifer’s dramatic entrance with her own fancy sleeves — except her look had a more pronounced armor-like appeal.  

Samara Weaving: This prim and proper — yet plenty punchy — pinstripe dress could have stepped straight out of a film noir set; one where the sleeves absolutely stole the show.

Stacy Martin: Speaking of darker tones, Stacy suited up in an all-black look that may have not been as dynamic as the rest. But, the menswear-inspired tailoring still maintained a certain mystique.

Ruth Negga: Both the embroidered blazer and mod skirt are intriguing pieces here, but I believe I would appreciate them more on their own merits — and not worn together.

Catherine Deneuve: The actress went for a more straightforward approach in a black coat and trousers with a patterned blouse.

Cody Fern: The same would not be said for Cody whose look was far from basic — especially since he was clearly channeling the Ice Capades in his winter-white sheer embroidered top and satin pants.

Natalia Vodianova: If you had described this retro-mod look to me with its mix of dove-gray, melon, orange, cerulean, and black, I would have said it would never work. Seeing it in on Natalia was a different story, as I love how it all translated so chicly — right down to the black booties.

Credit: Louis Vuitton/Getty


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