The Louis Vuitton Fall-Winter show took place at the Louvre in Paris on Wednesday 4 March.
The collection was presented against a live tableau of a costumed choir. The 200 characters in the historic grandstand were the work of Milena Canonero, Stanley Kubrick’s Designer of Costumes, who worked on “A Clockwork Orange”, “Barry Lyndon” and “The Shining”. The characters featured ranged from the 15th to 20th centuries.
The music was composed by Woodkid and Bryce Dessner. The piece’s title, “Three Hundred and Twenty”, refers to the number of years between the various movements referenced in a baroque composition injected with minimalistic, repetitive musical verses. It resurrects Nicolas de Grigny, a contemporary of Bach who never won the recognition of his peers, and never played at the Louvre. In fitting with this clashing of times, today – centuries later – we are listening to Nicolas de Grigny at the Louvre.
Celebrities who attended the show included Australian’s Samara Weaving and Cody Fern plus Alicia Vikander, Lupita Nyong, Lea Seydoux, Florence Pugh, Laura Harrier, Emma Chamberlain and more.

Here's a sneak peak of the fashion show -

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