“The Centre Pompidou, Beaubourg, Les Halles, Place des Innocents: this is a fascinating incubator of a neighbourhood. An incredible melange, converging in the epicentre. The cliques, the styles, the life… I love that impression of a sartorial melting pot. Today, I’ve transposed it at Louis Vuitton: a House of multiple expressions”, the designer Nicolas Ghesquière said after the Louis Vuitton FW1920 show in Paris, this March.
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A ephemeral Pompidou in the in the Louvre’s Cour Carrée was the beautiful scene for presenting Louis Vuitton FW1920 women collection. Remember: the Centre Pompidou was created with all the functional elements on the outside (Renzo Piano, architect ) and its allure could also apply to fashion is the ID Code of fluidity, an architect’s glossary that’s both formal and fanciful. Green is water, blue is air, yellow is electricity. Red is human.
And the main features for Louis Vuitton FW1920 collection are…
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