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    Louis Vuitton introduces a new collection of Tambour Moon Timepieces with a Dual Time display, a contemporary expression of the art of travel on the wrist.

    In 2017, with the launch of Tambour Moon, the Maison’s instantly recognizable Tambour watch case has been completed with a new expressive look, featuring an inward curve reminiscent of a crescent moon. Today, Louis Vuitton presents a new watch collection, once again demonstrating fine craftsmanship and creativity while furthering innovations in the spirit of travel. As a true GMT watch, the Tambour Moon Dual Time, for both men or women, features a two-tone 24-hour time zone display while the concave shape of the dial creates the idea of depth and unique reflections.

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    Another look at the latest Louis Vuitton Women's Collection, in Artistic Director Nicolas Ghesquière's own words.

    What is the inspiration behind this collection?

    In fashion, the notion of time is primordial. I wanted different eras to be confronted with another one, our own. All of these “pasts”, embodied by a gallery of personalities in period dress, converge in our present. We are all together, looking at a collection that itself recounts a living, perennial, stylistic clash — and everything we can do with clothes by mixing and free-associating them. It’s sort of an anachronism of genres. It can simply be the pleasure of dressing and its many possibilities, free of protocol or constraint. Taking what we already have at home and mixing it with what we like that’s new. This collection is about an “anti-total-look” that draws on individual personality, on the agility one experiences when confronting one’s own closet. A piece of functional clothing can be part of formal dress, and vice versa. It’s a proposition I wanted to be open, energetic and spontaneous. This collection is about sartorial “tuning”.

    What about the accessories?

    There’s the Keepall — a pure, vintage piece that acquired a beautiful patina over time. We just customized it with a new strap. There are also small satchels, mini-totes and strange little streamlined minaudières. Shoes also illustrate a very free rein: revisited boots, metal cap-toe pumps that evoke wheel rims on a customized car.

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    An overview of the celebrities who attended the Louis Vuitton Fall-Winter 2020 Fashion Show in Paris.

    Léa Seydoux, Alicia Vikander, and Marina Foïs were among the many guests Louis Vuitton hosted at the Cour Carrée of the Louvre. Also in attendance at Nicolas Ghesquière's most recent show on March 3rd, 2020 were Emma Chamberlain, Laura Harrier, Florence Pugh, Samara Weaving, Cody Fern, Angelica Ross, Lupita Nyong'o, Stacy Martin, Noémie Merlant, Robyn, and Woodkid among others.

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    For his Fall-Winter 2020 Show, Women's Artistic Director Nicolas Ghesquière presents a collection that recounts a living, perennial, stylistic clash.

    What if all of the innumerable eras that nourish fashion could come together in the here and now? And what if, in the present moment, we could confront history with contemporary freedoms, staged for the pure pleasure of fashion? Within a dark stripped-back space, all of these cumulative periods come together in the same place: the past of the choir in the grandstands, the present moment of the guests sitting as spectators, and the not-so-distant future of the looks presented on the runway.

    The soundtrack composed by Bryce Dessner and Woodkid (Yoann Lemoine) was inspired by the baroque composer Nicolas de Grigny's "Récit de tierce en taille". The title, “Three Hundred and Twenty”, refers to the number of years between the various movements referenced throughout the piece. Under Catherine Simonpietri’s musical direction, the Ensemble Sequenza 9.3 performed live while dressed in costumes ranging from the 15th century to the 1950s. These period dresses, done in collaboration with the celebrated costume designer Milena Canonero, embodied the past in all of its stylistic diversity.

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