Louis Vuitton's Summer 2021 Capsule Collection

We’re holding onto summer a little longer thanks to Louis Vuitton’s exquisite new capsule collection

Nicolas Ghesquière’s latest Louis Vuitton capsule collection is touching down at the fashion house’s Queen Street boutique this Friday 19th of March, and it’s conjuring late-summer sunsets and a sunny disposition thanks to joyfully sorbet-tinged prints and fabrics. 

Within the ready-to-wear, relaxed silhouettes reign supreme, with this release embracing a polished spin on leisurewear, resulting in pieces that are both versatile and effortless. A monogram ombré silk sleeveless shirt dress lends a chic yet practical air to daytime dressing, while breezy silk straight-cut trousers are an instant wardrobe staple.

From left: LV Archlight Sneaker; Onethego MM tote

We’re also eyeing up the monogram ombré silk pajama shirt — although, quite frankly, we can see ourselves wearing it more out of bed than in. Trans-seasonal days are easily weathered with the grapefruit gradient bomber jacket, also rendered in 100 percent silk, or the Damier Azur Radzimir hooded parker for fans of a more monochromatic look.

An accessories update will surely be in order thanks to Louis Vuitton’s irresistible new styles of the iconic LV Archlight sneaker — available in special edition pink or blue, these instantly-recognisable shoes are now even more covetable. Fresh pastel shades of the Onthego MM bring a lighter touch to the emblematic tote bag, while

From left: Swarovski Neckline A-Line Mini Dress; Shiny Monogram Floor-Length Skirt

Also available from Friday are select pieces from Ghesquière’s unforgettable Spring/Summer 2021 runway show, which took us back to the future with eighties-inspired silhouettes and technicolour prints. Pieces like the Swarovski neckline A-line mini dress and the shiny monogram floor-length skirt demand a suitably glamorous occasion for their first outing, so we suggest you find one to attend, stat.


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