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Knit, tweed and everything in between Louis Vuitton ready-to-wear 2022 is a nostalgic moment to reminisce. 

The show took place at the Musée d’Orsay’s, in Paris, the first time ever a fashion show had taken place at the museum, but not the first museum for Louis Vuitton itself. The ready-to-wear collection was a nod to a different time, and taking place at the museum was very fitting. 

The collection was said to be about young adulthood, a sense of fashion where you’re finding who you are through what you wear. For many, when finding yourself, you find your style, and Louis Vuitton really took that aspect and ran with it. 

Louis’ creative director Nicolas Ghesquière has broken the ‘rules’ many times which makes his sense of fashion, and style one of the most creative but also innovative of his time. In this collection, Nicolas wanted to bring adulthood forward, and that is exactly what he did. 

Look 1:

model on runway

Vogue

In a world where vintage is the new face of fashion, this look speaks volumes. The oversized wine-coloured sherpa, floral printed tie and pleated wide-leg wool trousers are exactly the looks of the young generation. 

Look 20:

model on runway

Vogue

A look that represents the young adult perfectly is this one. An oversized knit jumper/ or sweater, and a pleated corduroy skirt. Paired well with a sneaker/trainer, this is definitely a young adult look, it’s smart but functional. 

Look 27:

model on runway

Vogue

This look is one that looks like a young adult. The fit overall is a bit bigger, showing the style of this generation goes for less silhouette and more functionality. Even the lines in the garment are both minimal but give a clean outline and path. 

Nicolas’ collection is one that represents how this generation views fashion, and that means he has taken looks, cuts, styles and fits from the 70s-90s and replicated them for these new young adults who are finding themselves in fashion today. 

Article published by HOLR Magazine