Louis Vuitton and Juergen Teller's A/W15 Lookbook

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Ladies At The BathPhotography by Juergen Teller

We choose our favourite images from 'Ladies at the Bath', Louis Vuitton's A/W15 lookbook shot by Juergen Teller

This morning, Louis Vuitton's A/W15 show opened the final day of fashion weeks – and, moments later, they released their lookbook of the season, shot by Juergen Teller and designed by M/M (Paris). Shot at Hotel Raphael and at the house's Paris headquarters, it gives us a further insight into a collection that proclaimed itself "a proposition of style, an invitation on a journey about finding the momentum to transcend what we know so well in order to take it toward something we'd like to discover." We bring you our favourite moments from the series alongside artistic director's Nicholas Ghesquière's seasonal note... 

"A “collection”: a subjective and ideal ensemble of objects that reveal the profound traces of our character. What is a fashion collection made of? It’s a multi-dimensional journey, facetted by experiences both immediate and distant. Shreds of discoveries, recollections transformed by memory, imaginative anticipation… Treasures brought back from unfamiliar lands or explorations into the intimacy of a wardrobe. A sentimental anthology of iconic images and ridiculous photos that still have primordial meaning. Essential references and other, more singular ones that belong solely to the chapel of our personality. That’s what a fashion collection is. It’s an inventory that embraces everything: a solemn past, a fertile present and the inevitably dreamlike future. A collection is a travel diary. It’s an open-ended journey into the world that reflects the daring paths of the spirit. It’s a sentimental adventure made of scattered inspirations and great aspirations. And it has only one means of locomotion: intuition. The intuition of a garment and the way it’s orchestrated are the key to style. Understanding the excellence of a basic – the better to take it somewhere singularly imaginative – will always be the best path. This collection is a proposition of style, an invitation on a journey about finding the momentum to transcend what we know so well in order to take it toward something we’d like to discover."

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