Mixing sportswear with elegant pieces in classic shapes, this collection by Louis Vuitton manages to combine together different styles that create an urban image for the Fall/Winter 2010/2011 and prepare us for a new season in men’s fashion. Check out next LV’s gorgeous collection in menswear!
06 Apr, 2010
One of world's most luxurious fashion houses is the famous French label, Louis Vuitton. With a large history starting since 1854, this fashion brand has taken all over the world and in time expended their company from men and women's clothing wear to accessories like handbags, footwear, jewelry, eyewear or watches and even books.
Louis Vuitton is one of the most looked up fashion labels not only in the row of regular people, but mostly in the celebrities one. We've seen the LV signature uncountable times on actresses, singers or any type of fashionable celebs.
Louis Vuitton is the most favourite brand in the hip hop area too. Known for their luxurious and unique style, r'n'b artists like Kanye West, Pharell, P. Diddy, Flo Rida, T.I. or Chris Brown are just a few urban fashion icons that have been spotted wearing Vuitton's creations.
In the Fall/Winter 2010/2011 season for Louis Vuitton, the creative director, Marc Jacobs chooses a different theme than the last season's one. Losing some of spring's colors and amusement, he maintains a masculine figure in classic items and keeps a professional attitude with balance between casual and formal having as a result some beautiful pieces ideal for any business man.
One of this year's most wanted fashion trend not only in women's wear but in men's fashion too is the velvet. The elegant yet sexy touch given by the velvet is without a doubt a perfect way to spice up any outfit and transform it by making it more fabulous and outstanding.
Making this Fall 2010 Ready-To-Wear Menswear Collection for Louis Vuitton so wearable and urban yet very professional-stylish, Marc Jacobs managed to surprise us with a stunning line for the next season.
The combination between casual and business wear has taken this collection to another level. Untucked shirts from suit pants and sneakers as shoes or unbuttoned vests mixed with suits pants tucked into biker's boots are just a few ways that accentuate the casualty given by Marc's designs and the model's unapproachable attitude.
As you can see, Marc Jacobs kept on to the name Louis Vuitton once again and showed us an amazing collection that will definitely be a hit in fall.