Louis Vuitton Envisions a Constructive Path Ahead for Cruise 2022

A loyal fan of modernist structure, Nicolas Ghesquière staged Louis Vuitton’s Cruise 2022 show on Tuesday at Axe Majeur, an urban sculpture in a northwest suburb of Paris by the late Dani Karavan. The monumental work boasts structural features that symbolize time and pace of human life while also celebrating art and nature — all concepts that are often referenced in the creative director’s work and definitely in this collection. 

For his latest outing, Ghesquière borrowed from the peaceful and simplistic geometry of the location — an almost two-mile-long straight path punctuated by bright red — presenting resort-style clothing in joyful colors and eye-catching prints. The garments feel like play-wear, primed for actually doing things again, with their sporty half-zip details, abbreviated bubble hems with adjustable elastic cords, adult skorts, sharp-padded shoulders and caped sleeves. Slick leather pieces (think high-waisted track pants and a patent sleeveless dress with statement orange pockets) give the collection its cool factor. Stand-out accessories include chunky chain-strap bags and western-leaning space-age pointed-toe boots. 

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