There was a tender typewritten note from Nicolas Ghesquière on every seat at his first show for Louis Vuitton this morning. “Today is a new day. A big day…Words cannot express exactly how I am feeling at this moment…Above all, immense joy.” Emotions were high in the crowd, too. Few designers are as beloved, respected, or copied as Ghesquière is, and he’s been off the scene and badly missed since his departure from Balenciaga a year and a half ago. Only Raf Simons’ debut at Dior was as breathlessly anticipated as Ghesquière’s at Vuitton.
One of Germany’s most high-profile nightclub owners, Prince Marcus von Anhalt, owns this Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe, which he pimped, as they say, with Takashi Murakami’s Louis Vuitton monogram. Prince Marcus uses the car — and possibly the classy ladies draped over it — to promote the Royal Race, “a Gumball 3000-style exotic auto rally,” whatever that means. If Britney Spears can’t get away with pimping rides in Louis Vuitton monogram, this guy shouldn’t either
Louis Vuitton, Please Sue This Guy for His Hideous Car
One more thing about Rihanna’s Louis Vuitton outfit from last night that we must point out: her freaking amazing ring. Possibly not the ideal thing to wear when doing photo ops with children, but definitely hot…
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Should Rihanna Be Holding a Child With That Ring?
Rihanna last night, and Madge at the gala. The puffy-sleeved Dolce & Gabbana tux Rihanna wore to the Met gala was not her first choice of outfits
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Rihanna’s Met-Gala Ensemble Explained, Somewhat