With so many dramatically avant-garde collections saturating fashion weeks across the globe in recent haute couture history, it is unexpectedly refreshing to see a collection so sleek, elegant and right-off-the-runway wearable as is Louis Vuitton Spring 2013 Collection presented during Paris Fashion Week.

Pairing sets of two nearly identical models systematically descending from four working escalators onto a sunny yellow and crisp white checkered platform, the Vuitton collection and runway, designed by Marc Jacobs and French artist Daniel Buren, respectively, brought both bold green and yellows along with neutral brown and blacks  to graphic patterns that are already slated to dominate the spring season next year.

Despite the undeniable enchantment of vibrancy and movement, the real starlets were the 60’s Mod-inspired shapes for day and nightwear that any woman, genuinely, could slip into and look fresh and sophisticated as soon as the looks exited the runaway.

Merci beaucoup, Louis Vuitton!

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