Heart, Sarah, And Anne All Wore These Louis Vuitton Runway Looks At Last Night’s Show
These stars are some of the few who got virtual seats to the Paris show!
Last night marked the official end of Paris Fashion Week and the four-city experimental Fashion Week. Still keeping the tradition, the very last show of the season is Louis Vuitton’s Spring/Summer 2021 show. Though most usual guests weren’t able to attend the show due to travel restrictions, the select few present were in for a virtual reality show we all have been waiting for. But the best seats weren’t in the show itself—it’s to those who scored a “Virtual Seat” right at the safety of their homes. Select guests had prime viewing experience at the show with their own private virtual experience. Big names in the local industry like Heart Evangelista, Sarah Lahbati, and Anne Curtis not only did get some of these coveted seats but were also dressed by Louis Vuitton Philippines.
Anne Curtis, while even in Australia, came ready in her Louis Vuitton Fall/Winter ’20 look. The extra cool mixed leather jacket matched with the tulle and leather skirt is a refreshing ensemble on the actress. Meanwhile in Manila, Heart Evangelista and Sarah Lahbati had their own take on the brand’s Pre-Fall ’20 looks. Heart was in a gray monogram hoodie look paired with laced up boots while Sarah was in a fuzzy oversized cape-coat finished with a chunky belt. With sleek bags in tow, these three girls covered the show in their assigned seats.
At the show held live from Paris, 360-degree cameras gave the viewers a one-of-a-kind fashion show experience—as if they’re almost right there. The green screens were meant for the viewers where graphics were projected Wim Wenders’s film Wings of Desire.
The clothes were outstanding, still running in the vein of Creative Director Nicolas Ghesquière penchant for the ‘80s. This season, the idea of genderless dressing is more pronounce by way of freedom in dressing up. The lapel-less suits, baggy pants, and the ‘VOTE” tees, they’re for everyone and absolutely anyone. So yes, the way we experience shows these days are changing drastically but the clothes are catching up, too.