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Uploaded on Mar 12, 2011
Louis Vuitton - Paris Fall 2011 / Winter 2012 Louis Vuitton fall 2011 fashion show was based on fetish idea that came from a conversation with LVMH's Bernard Arnault about women's "inexplicable" obsession with bags, Jacobs explained. On the final day of Paris Fashion Week, Louis Vuitton show opened with fetish-inspired collection as the models stepped out of three elevators onto the catwalk. Creative director Marc Jacobs send models including Freja, Shu Pei and Kinga strutting the stuff on runway donning handcuffs, pantless outfits, leather pieces, lace and lovely sheer and masks placed on chauffeur hats. It was a 'Disciplined' show that presented bell boys, elevators, french maids and supermodels on the runway. Making Louis Vuitton Fall 2011 Show all the more extravagant were supermodels Kate Moss, Naomi Campbell and Carolyn Murphy who catwalked on runway and grabbed attention. It was a terrific show that saw a battalion of French maids wielding enormous feather dusters greeting the designer's guests. Models stepped on runway donning Louis Vuitton Fall 2011 dresses cut from an incredible range of fabrics teamed with bags in variety of designs and material like gold, python, harlequin-cut shearling and embroidered monogram rubber. The reinterpreted 1958 top-handle Lockit bag cuffed to the models' wrists with diamond handcuffs, was interesting. Looks like police-hatted, silk-stockinged, jodhpured style; menswear inspired tweed coats and jackets reshaped into hourglasses, printed '40s-style dresses, skirt-and-sweater combos with rectangular paillettes, sleek sweaters, clipped Mongolian lamb pieces, white-collared dresses were chic. For hi-rez Photos and exclusive Blue-Ray Fashion videos please visit http://FashionStock.com