As one of the most-anticipated runways of the season, Abloh sent down an array of tailored looks inspired by flowers that found an even balance between streetwear and luxe. The sleek and playful silhouettes were dressed in seasonal appropriate color palettes of blue, pink, green and yellow pastels, while more bold floral prints were featured on the flowing layers.
Stand out pieces included the utilitarian-styled outwear and suit jackets which incorporated multiple hem detailings and cut out panels. Leg wear also stole the show, which saw technical pants boasting multiple straps and pockets being offered up along with perfectly pleated trousers. Elsewhere a silk organza trio of a shirt, jacket and shorts dressed in rainbow LV monogram stole the show along with Héctor Bellerín‘s all pink outfit.
Looks were then elevated with the label’s herald monogram leather goods in the same pastel hues, while more demure tones of greys and whites were featured on rucksacks and crocodile skin pouches. The final looks to walk the runway saw models wearing multiple leather goods paired with kites around their chest, almost creating a harness rig effect. Straw hats, chained belt straps, monogrammed Cuban link-inspired jewelry, and dried flowers also aided in the looks created by Abloh; and not forgetting to mention the color-blocked sneakers and patent leather rain-boots.
Virgil Abloh’s latest Louis Vuitton creations come just one day after he showcased his collection for Off-White™. Check out Louis Vuitton’s Spring/Summer 2020 presentation above and be sure to out all our coverage for Paris Fashion Week here.