Good News For Fashion and Design Lovers! One of the most emblematic brands in the fashion world surprises once again with its choice of the place for the next Fall Show parade: Nicolas Ghesquière, creative director of Louis Vuitton, chooses Louvre Museum courtyard for its exhibition in Paris Fashion Week 2017.
As ever it is, Nicolas Ghesquière and its architectural creativity conceived the Fall Show making the artwork as much a part of the presentation as the Fall Show itself. The runaway occurred in the Cour Marly of Louvre, the all cream-colored stone and dotted with trees glass-roofed courtyard, one of the most beautiful galleries of the Parisian museum. Cour Marly houses and array of neoclassical sculptures that were commissioned for the gardens of Louis XIV’s country residence, the Château de Marly. One of the most exciting and expected fashion events ever occurred yesterday, March 7, at 6:30 p.m., the last day of Paris Fashion Week 2017. Have a glimpse on the News&Events photo selection of the Louis Vuitton 2017 Fall Show!
This is not just a Louvre room: Cour Marly is the Louvre gallery we feel the pulsion from modernism beauty.
Standing for Fall and for Art: Louis Vuitton Show takes over the Cour Marly.
The Louis Vuitton Glam at the runaway.
Textures and Patterns were something that didn’t miss Nicolas Ghesquière Show.
A model running a lingerie-inspired piece from the Louis Vuitton 2017 collection.
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A last view from one of the most impressive stages for the fashion shows of Paris Fashion week 2017.
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