American designer Marc Jacobs mixed past and present to come up with a formula fashion's future in a radical showing for Louis Vuitton on the closing day of the Paris prêt-à-porter season.
Jacobs, who was appointed Louis Vuitton's creative director in 1997, described his collection as "my French fashion fantasy."
“It’s something we’ve been working towards. I wanted this idealized form, the kind of show I always imagined was typically French. It’s not about any one era specifically. It’s about shapes and silhouettes and working with folding and draping, which can apply to any time.”
Take a look at Louis Vuitton's Fall 2008 Ready-to-Wear Collection.
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