Artistic director Nicolas Ghesquière behind Louis Vuitton presented fashion house Autumn-Winter season's pre-collection of women's 1970's inspired garments. New pre-fall comes with flared jeans, ribbed turtlenecks, blazers with wide lapels, knee-length tweed dresses, dotted windbreakers, etc. Speaking of accessories, then Dora bag came with chain-handled silhouettes and quilted patent leather, while Speedy bag was reworked in monogram canvas. We see a real-world classic wardrobe with various mixes and combinations. Indeed, Ghesquière established a kind of new LV silhouette that is strongly influenced by the 1970's fashion. It's lean, lanky, functional and easy to wear.
Camel, tailored coat looks classy paired with vintage looking ensemble and glossy black leather flat pointed toe booties.
The cream beige coat looks awesome with sweet top and monochrome zebra or finger-print midi A-line skirt.
The white dotted black windbreaker coat is paired with knee-length dark blue dress with pale blue and brown collar details.
If you are looking for a functional workwear attire, then I recommend to take a look at this double-denim outfit that consists of a short jean jacket and pleated jeans. Love the pale blue turtleneck.
That's a wow effect 70's outfit: khaki beige blazer, dark brown knitted pullover, mustard turtleneck and black leather trousers.
Micro plaid long coat looks marvelous worn atop turtleneck and paired with high waisted jeans.
Short black leather jacket with voluminous fur collar looks sophisticated worn atop white dotted black jumpsuit.
Photo: Juergen Teller / Courtesy of Louis Vuitton