Louis Vuitton's F/W 2015 Runway Show Had the Most Star-Studded Front Row Of Paris Fashion Week
Paris Fashion Week is starting to wrap up, and with that roughly a month of high-fashion goodness is gone... until June rolls around and all the resort collections start making their way up and down the runway, that is. That said, Louis Vuitton had quite the show — fitting for the last day of PFW, eh? Not only were the clothes to-die-for (not to mention the boxy handbags — if I ever win the lottery, they're going to be the first thing on my shopping list), but the front row game was ridiculous . Fashion week has been a little underattended this year, but it wasn't so with Louis Vuitton: The LV front row boasted everyone from up and comers like Alicia Vikander and Brit Marling, to bonafide huge stars of every genre (we're talking Academy Award-nominated Michelle Williams and pop star Selena Gomez), to actual Hollywood legends (CATHERINE DENEUVE) — and all of them (with a few exceptions cough, cough, Kim Kardashian, cough) looked utterly fabulous.
And more than that, their clothes were fun: You may associate Louis Vuitton with the stolid classic monogrammed tote bag, but their fashion line was actually quite playful — and their front row reflected that nicely. So with that, let's see which stars brought their A game — and which decidedly did not.
First things first let's start with the worst... I generally try to stay away from Kardashian-bashing in my writing, but this is too horrible to pass without comment. Who would ever, ever, ever think this ensemble was a good idea?
Kanye's rocking that maroon, though.
A style palette cleanse if ever there was one. Chloe, you might just have single-handedly sold me on the concept of printed pants.
Very funky-fresh (and very fittingly fabulous, seeing as she may be the brand's newest face).
Really, really fun, right? Breezy and surprisingly comfortable looking for PFW (and I mean that as a good thing), not to mention the fact that those jewel tones look amazing with her coloring.
She sure loves a good '60s-esque sheath dress, doesn't she? Hey, if you find what works for you, why not wear it again and again? This outfit is simple, striking, and all-around perfect. You go, Michelle Williams.
Too cool for school.
Another excellent use of mixed prints to add to the bunch.
Odd (and almost disarmingly '70s, especially with the styling), but she is making it work in a major way.
Excellent turn out this year, no?
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