Earlier this year Louis Vuitton presented its Fall 2020 collection on the runway at Paris Fashion Week, giving LV fans a first look at the bags that would be introduced come fall. The collection as a whole was unique because it featured both slightly more baroque and less wearable designs than what we've seen from Ghesquière in the past, as well as more wearable silhouettes.
Monogram was largely featured throughout the collection in the brand's traditional canvas, but fans were also introduced to a fresh monogram print. This new monogram motif was spotted on mini bags and more, and now with the release of the brand's fall 2020 campaign we have a further look at Louis Vuitton's newest monogram collection. Introducing: the Since 1854 line.
Nicolas Ghesquière's newest line of bags features a ton of the brand's most beloved silhouettes such as the Keepall, Dauphine, Speedy, Pochette Metis and more. In Monogram jacquard, the bags give off a vintage vibe, which is incredibly of the moment. This new, but seemingly old, jacquard features an interesting mix of Monogram flowers, and the number '1854', which is the House's founding date. The aptly named collection is a refined twist on multiple classic motifs from the Maison. Largely featured throughout the new campaign, the 1854 line is a big push for the brand this season, featured on RTW, shoes and accessories in addition to the bags mentioned above.
Take a look at more from the collection, which has yet to launch on Louis Vuitton.com, and let us know in the comments below if you love it or you'd rather leave it.