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Louis Vuitton Autumn/Winter 12/13 Collection.





What do you think of the latest collection from Louis Vuitton to walk down the runway? It's like turn of the century meets 60s psychedelia meets so many others things I don't know where to start. Nonetheless I love it. I love the hats, the long sleek, layered silhouettes, the metallics, the bejewelling, the feathers...the whole thing. Only Marc Jacobs could have pulled this off...
(Afterthought - is it just me or is there something really Dr Suess about this collection??)
























Comments

I'm loving it too- that feather bag is unreal!
Kylie said…
Oh I love it! Yep, a great collection. Very inspiring :) Kx
Getrealmommy said…
I love the jackets. I need me a good sexy jacket! Wish I had $600 t spend ;)
Luna Landing said…
That feather bag is something - is it just me or is there something Dr Suess about this collection?
Shade of Whim said…
I love this!!! There's definitely something Dr Seuss-y about it ;)

Thanks for the recent visits and comments on my blog!! Huge blog hugs to you. Thank you so much for the support xx I feel terrible, though, as I haven't had much time to visit my favourites...but that is changing! I shall be back and really looking forward to it x

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p.p.s Yup, I'm headed to Melbourne (I miss living there so so so so much..) in about a month. cannot wait! In saying that, Adelaide is really developing and getting that cultured edge to it. It's pretty exciting actually ;D
Minnado said…
I especially like the top image - the coat and all those lovely autumnal shades. Great hats too. x
Nikki said…
I think this is my favourite collection for ages. A thoroughly modern Downton Abbey...
Trish said…
loving those big lapels, colours & the long a-lines... now where can we find that man to carry all our stuff around :)
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