1970’s Inspired Looks In Louis Vuitton Pre-Fall 2015

Artistic director Nicolas Ghesquière behind Louis Vuitton presented fashion house Autumn-Winter 2015-2016 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.

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Camel, tailored coat looks classy paired with vintage looking ensemble and glossy black leather flat pointed toe booties.

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The cream beige coat looks awesome with sweet top and monochrome zebra or finger-print midi A-line skirt.

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The white dotted black windbreaker coat is paired with knee-length dark blue dress with pale blue and brown collar details.

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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.

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That's a wow effect 70's outfit: khaki beige blazer, dark brown knitted pullover, mustard turtleneck and black leather trousers.

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Micro plaid long coat looks marvelous worn atop turtleneck and paired with high waisted jeans.

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Short black leather jacket with voluminous fur collar looks sophisticated worn atop white dotted black jumpsuit.

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Photo: Juergen Teller / Courtesy of Louis Vuitton

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