Runway Report: Louis Vuitton Cruise 2017

runway-report-louis-vuitton-cruise-2017 (1)Destination fashion shows are all the rage for Cruise/Resort shows. For Cruise 2017 Nicolas Ghesquière invited the fashion pack to Rio De Janeiro. Ghesquière is a huge lover of architecture so choosing the Niterói Contemporary Art Museum designed by Oscar Niemeyer as the site for Saturday’s runway show was really no surprise. The models came stomping out of the museum down the curved ramp and around the grounds of the museum, which sits atop a cliff over looking the ocean and all of Rio. That is about where my love of this collection ended. I thought that the deconstruction of this collection was something that was done in such a poor manner that I just couldn’t stand it. My distaste for Ghesquière has continued to rise with each new collection he puts forth. I feel so terribly for spokesmodels like Alicia Vikander, Lea Seydoux, Jennifer Connelly, and Michelle Williams because this collection has basically 0 red carpet potential. I pin all my favorite looks from the collections to Pinterest and when I went through this collection I only pinned 3 of the 47 looks. I couldn’t even find pieces that I liked, and I am really good at seeing runway looks for the potential of their pieces. Alicia Vikander, Jaden Smith, Catherine Deneuve, Liu Wen, Alessandra Ambrosio, and Zendaya all made the jaunt to Rio to take in the collection. I am saying what a whole other, non mainstream, folks are going thinking. I am hoping that the Ghesquière reign at Louis Vuitton is going to come to an end soon. These fugly clothes and tight leashes on the brands spokesmodels are really starting to get to me. I wish that someone else will take the reigns and set Louis Vuitton back on a course of glamour.runway-report-louis-vuitton-cruise-2017 (2)You can check out my favorite looks from the Resort 2017 collections on Pinterest & watch the whole show below.

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