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.
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