Louis Vuitton

Louis Vuitton

Designers have been working with layers of different materials and textures, slipping fabulously detailed top pieces over simpler foundations.

Here, a razzle-dazzle, jet-embroidered halter draped over a sheer black under layer creates a look that’s extremely rich – by Louis Vuitton.

(Styled by Grace Coddington, photographed by David Sims, model Edie Campbell)

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Desire for Logos | News

Recognisable status pieces are back, and with them a desire for logos. We no longer wish for rebellious individualism, instead preferring to show off our inclusion in fashion communities.

Across the spring/summer ’14 catwalks, the logo was abundant. Marc Jacobs’s startlingly beautiful swan song at Louis Vuitton had Edie Campbell naked but for hand-painted Louis Vuitton Stephen Sprouse graffiti covering her lithe body. Similarly for Carol Lim and Humberto Leon at Kenzo, Missoni, Alexander Wang, and DKNY.

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Logos offer free marketing and add value to products. You may not be able to afford the $4,000 Saint Laurent biker jacket, but you can have Hedi Slimane’s $200 Saint Laurent T-shirt which has been redesigned by the artist Zane Reynolds for spring.

Start here. Go to the Top of Vogue!

Georgia May Jagger

Jagger – who is currently the face of Rimmel and the ‘Just Cavalli’ fragrance – first appeared on the British Vogue cover in November 2009, before becoming one of Britain’s most sought-after young models. The model, who first came to the attention of most as the daughter of Rolling Stones frontman Mick and model Jerry Hall, has steadily built a successful career as a catwalk model – with appearances for Chanel, Balmain, Marc Jacobs and Louis Vuitton last season (2013) – and campaign face, appearing for H&M, Miu Miu and Vivienne Westwood among others.

Georgia May Jagger

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