The Louis Vuitton Spring 2019 collection blends nostalgic fashion moments of decades past with innovative, futuristic silhouettes. So it comes as no surprise that the range’s new campaign imagery is at once retro-inspired and distinctly modern.
The newly-debuted campaign photo shoot, directed by Patrick Clair and shot by photographer Collier Schorr, took place at France’s Le Bristol Paris Hotel, one of the most legendary destinations in Paris.
“For Spring-Summer 2019, Nicolas Ghesquière chose to take his multi-layered silhouettes to the storied Le Bristol Paris Hotel,” Louis Vuitton shared on its website. “From bright 80s-inspired prints to metallic floral jacquards or boldly oversized tailoring, the Collection brings a new dimension to the historic hotel interiors.”
Louis Vuitton also explained that this campaign draws from the original collection inspiration we saw during the past season of Paris Fashion Week.
“First presented in October at the Louvre in Paris, the Louis Vuitton Women’s Spring-Summer 2019 Collection embarked on an exploration of empowerment,” the brand explained. “Recalling both recurrent motifs and new imagined landscapes, Nicolas Ghesquière’s vision came to life in exaggerated silhouettes, high-tech fabrications, and futuristic details. Reflecting the Collection’s deliberate ambiguity, the Campaign brings us not to a space-age setting but the historic Le Bristol Paris Hotel. The storied address on Faubourg Saint Honoré provides a richly pictorial backdrop to the eclectic Spring-Summer Collection.”
Click through the gallery below to view photos from the Louis Vuitton Spring 2019 campaign.
You can shop the Louis Vuitton Spring 2019 collection in stores and on the brand’s website now.— Richard Editorial Staff