We are in awe!
The show took visitors to Les Arts Décoratifs on a journey by showing off 19th Century gowns to futuristic nurse-like uniforms holding gorgeous neutral handbags (above).
The collection was on display in a museum-type platform where trunks of clothes dating back to 1867, including a 1896 trunk bearing the now famous Louis Vuitton monogram, produced by his late father Georges Vuitton.
"It’s so chaotic. To me, it’s what my head feels like when I’m going into a collection.
It’s a question of obsession, and a passion for getting things right and a love of craft."
And yes, we can tell.
This is the ultimate trunk show. So jealz we couldn't be there in person to see it!
[Image via Francois Goize.]