Nicolas Ghesquière celebrates 10 years of creativity with Louis Vuitton Women’s Fall-Winter 2024 show

Fashion & Leather Goods


On March 5, 2014, Nicolas Ghesquière presented his first collection for Louis Vuitton in the Cour Carrée at the Louvre. On March 5, 2024, the creative director for women’s collections celebrated a decade of creativity in the iconic venue for the Maison’s runway shows.  

Lit by luminous celestial globes, the silhouettes retraced Nicolas Ghesquière’s ten-year adventure with Louis Vuitton while at the  same time exploring new horizons. Melding introspection and imagination, the collection is a stratification of memories, reflections, emotions and references. In this creative journey the creative director followed his own stylistic North Star, the curious traveler’s essential compass. The creative vocabulary defined over the years is reinvented, charting a course to a new dawn for Louis Vuitton. 

Redefining time and space, the show oscillated between white and black, silver and bronze, electrified with touches of color.  The savoir-faire of the Maison scintillated anew, embroideries to leather goods. Reflective materials and soft leathers accompanied the movement of the silhouettes, often with architectural shoulders. With masked eyes and gloved hands, Louis Vuitton women stepped into tomorrow.

An echo of the past resounded in a sculpted contemporary dress through a Monogram trunk print. Each bag reworked innovation in fun new shapes. The set was designed by artist Philippe Parreno in collaboration with production designer James Chinlund, and the soundscape was by sound designer Nicolas Becker.