Louis Vuitton unveiled Les Extraits Collection, which is a collection of five new fragrances created in collaboration with architect Frank Gehry and the Maison’s Master Perfumer Jacques Cavallier Belletrud.
The collection was celebrated with an exclusive dinner with many celebrity guests in attendance wearing Louis Vuitton.
Diane Kruger, fresh from the Chaumet dinner party, wore a very eclectic Louis Vuitton dress, yet all I could focus on were her boots.
It would appear that these boots were one of the highlights of the night, as Sophie Turner rocked them with her leather Louis Vuitton Resort 2022 mac.
I neither hate nor love the boots, but they are highly distracting. I wish that Sophie had opted for another pair of shoes.
In lieu of the trio-colour boots, it was a splashes of colour and prints that dominated Florence Pugh’s Louis Vuitton look.
As much as the majority aren’t in favour of her new hair, she’s still rocking it.
Bella Hadid channels her inner Cher in this fringed beaded Louis Vuitton Resort 2022 dress. Again, this look was styled with boots that didn’t quite complement the dress.
As much as Katy Perry’s Louis Vuitton Fall 2021 look sparkled, it feels way too mumsy by her standards. I am really disappointed that she opted for this look.
Joan Smalls ode to the ‘60s was paired with yet another head scratching pair of Louis Vuitton boots.
Liya Kebede didn’t appear to want to join in with the questionable footwear trend that is evident on this red carpet.
Amber Valletta was so close to being the look of the night until I saw the illusion neckline on her Louis Vuitton Pre-Fall 2020 top.
It feels like Natasha Poly was undecided what to wear, so opted for a little bit of everything.