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Lea Seydoux In Louis Vuitton – ‘Kursk’ Paris Premiere

Lea Seydoux In Louis Vuitton - 'Kursk' Paris Premiere

Lea Seydoux made a return to the red carpet for the ‘Kursk’ Paris premiere on Thursday (October 25) in Saint-Denis, France.

Her union with Louis Vuitton hasn’t gone down too well with the majority, as you all miss her Miu Miu/Prada days, but this Spring 2018 fluid blush-pink dress with an elaborate play on pleats, is my favourite from this pairing in some while, and that even includes most of her Cannes looks.

At times there is a feeling with LV there’s too much of a need to be fashion forward, but in this case her soft femininity is allowed to shine through.

Louis Vuitton Fall 2018

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03.10.18 Menswear

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.

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Lea Seydoux In Louis Vuitton – ‘Kursk’ Toronto International Film Festival Premiere

Lea Seydoux In Louis Vuitton - 'Kursk' Toronto International Film Festival Premiere

The 2018 Toronto International Film Festival kicked off yesterday (September 6), with Lea Seydoux attending the ‘Kursk’ premiere.

The French actress was of course in Louis Vuitton, opting to wear a look from the Resort 2019 collection.

While I’m sure we will see plenty of ball gowns at this festival, it won’t be in the same realm at Venice or Cannes, which is why I’m not surprised by this outfit.

Lea strips back the runway styling for a chicer approach, pairing her faux feather bolero with simple slacks for a typically laidback with a touch of flair look.

For those who are not happy with the LS x LV union, what are your thoughts on this look?

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11.06.18

Lea Seydoux In Louis Vuitton – Roland Garros

Lea Seydoux was at Roland Garros on Sunday (June 10) to unveil the Musketeers Cup at the Men’s French open which was encased in a custom designed Louis Vuitton trunk, prior to the mens singles final between Rafael Nadal of Spain and Dominic Thiem of Austria.

The actress wore a Louis Vuitton Fall 2018 look, opting to take a leaf out of Cate Blanchett’s “it’s chic to repeat” book, by pairing the ivory blouse she wore to the Cannes Film Festival jury photocall, with a flirtatious black mini skirt.

Embellished shades and strappy sandals adds a youth edge to her ‘girl-about-Paris’ look.

Did the styling sell you on this look? Or are you still pining for Lea/Miu Miu/Prada?

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29.05.18

Front Row @ Louis Vuitton Cruise 2019

A handful of lovely ladies were in attendance at the Louis Vuitton Cruise 2019 show at Fondation Maeght on Monday (May 28) in Saint-Paul-De-Vence, France.

Emma Stone: The actress stepped out in glittering trousers which played off of the contrasting collar in the white blazer. It was a different outfit compared to what everyone else wore. I fear that some might get hung up on the vintage references, namely, the oversized peaked collar and chunky gold belt.

Laura Harrier: The ‘BlacKkKlansman’ star showed off her pins in a mini which fused opposing patterns and was tied up with a corset waist. I was charmed by the more minimalist looks from the designer she wore to Cannes, and find myself missing some of that simplicity here.

Ruth Negga: Brightening things up, she stayed true to her retro-tinged, feminine style while celebrating the designer’s aesthetic in this sweet look. The way the pleats echo the three-dimensional detailing of the top is most attractive.

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