Earlier this year, Louis Vuitton presented its Fall-Winter 2022 collection at the Musée d’Orsay in Paris. The museum contains beautiful works of Impressionist art, all housed in a former railway station. Its architecture and beautiful interiors were the perfect backdrops for the stunning bags that were presented, many of which felt like works of art in their own right.
While the fall collection features plenty of classic Monogram, it also features staple House Monogram…with a twist.
A Collection Dedicated to Youth
In brand new campaign images photographed by David Sims, Louis Vuitton reveals a further look at its new collection. The images are said to resemble living paintings, which goes along with the entire theme of the collection (and the runway show) as a whole. Said to be dedicated to youth, Nicolas Ghesquière explored formative adolescent years, inspired by the freedom of movement and the youthful desire to customize everything in an exploration of character.
As such, the pieces are designed to be mixed and matched depending on one’s mood, looking at and approaching taste and fashion as a personal construct. Scarf-like skirts are worn in a myriad of ways, further exploring the aforementioned idea behind the freedom of movement. Everything feels fresh, fun, and wearable with a fashionable twist.
The Bags of Fall 2022
As for the bags, they are as eye-catching and unique as a work of art hanging in a museum. Stunning florals sit atop classic Louis Vuitton Monogram, appearing on a variety of the Maison’s most-beloved bags like the Speedy, Onthego, and the Neverfull, as well as newer staples like the Dauphine and the Loop bag. A new version of Nicolas Ghesquière’s first bag for Louis Vuitton, the Petite Malle, completes the collection. It’s aptly named the Petite Malle V, after the bag’s leather gussets, which create a V shape when viewed from the side. Classic monogram versions are available, as well as eye-catching Mother-of-pearl iterations.
View more from the collection below and discover now via Louis Vuitton.