Louis Vuitton Cruise 2025 Collection Review

In a bid to evoke Louis Vuitton’s spirit of travel, Nicolas Ghesquière transported the fashion pack to Barcelona (the cosmopolitan capital of Spain’s Catalonia region) to present his Cruise 2025 collection. A handful of Vuitton brand ambassadors (including Ana de Armas, Sophie Turner and Lous and the Yakuza) were dotted along the front row, bearing witness to the French designer’s tenth cruise collection as creative director. Ghesquière opted to showcase his latest within Barcelona’s majestic Park Güell. Shown within the captivating Hypostyle Room (designed by Antoni Gaudi), the architectural masterpiece provided the perfect backdrop for Ghesquière’s futuristic spin on resort wear, with sleek tailoring and voluminous proportions setting the tone for the 80s-inspired lineup. Infused with bold Spanish influences, the collection was rounded off with accessories of sculptural earrings, brooches and wide-brimmed Andalusian hats.

Read below the reactions of theFashionSpot’s forum members:

“I think Nicolas is probably the only creative director of a major fashion house who is having such a strong POV and vast imagination which allows him to bled his aesthetics into different meta-narratives. Great show, great accessories. He saved the day (again)!” [Olaffo]

“I enjoyed it a lot! It was excess, very much close to the 80s. You can sense the Spanish references being mixed up with NG’s taste. For me, Ghesquière really managed to establish a precise silhouette for the LV women and just playing with fabrics, colors etc now and I love it: a real exercise of style.” [GivenchyAddict]

“I really enjoyed it. Not as precise and directional as the recent Shanghai show, but still miles ahead compared to what else is out there.” [j02215]

“Fantastic soundtrack! I love the dramatic allure of the opening looks, very Serge Lutens meets Carmen Sandiego. I loved the oversized blouson dress in ostrich, the little black sleeveless dress that came after with the dramatic collar, the simple black jumpsuit and the B&W look after. Very simple, fluid and timeless.” [Lola701]

“This was so disappointing, to be honest. I had high expectations when I saw the location being announced, and expected a lot more color and vibrancy given that it was being shown in an environment designed by Gaudi. Why was it so monotone? Also when will his obsession with the 80s be over? It’s getting so repetitive and boring at this point.” [Frederic01]

“The show was acceptable but too heavy sometimes. I wish we could see a lighter Ghesquière, less 80s inspired.” [Creative]

See all the looks from the Louis Vuitton Cruise 2025 collection and join the conversation, here.

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