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Louis Vuitton is Showing Its 2019 Cruise Collection in Our Dream Vacation Destination
No stranger to globe-trotting, Louis Vuitton's creative director Nicolas Ghesquière has brought the French fashion house all around the world to debut new collections. Just last year, to present the Louis Vuitton's Resort 2019 line, he staged a breathtaking runway display on an architecturally-modern suspension bridge at Miho Museum (designed by I.M. Pei ) in Kyoto, Japan.
Since then, fans of fashion house have been anxiously waiting to learn where Ghesquière will head next. As it turns out, the location for Louis Vuitton's 2019 Resort collection—just announced today—does not disappoint.
Staying true to the brand's Parisian roots, Ghesquière's next itinerant fashion show will take place within the borders of Vuitton's home country, in the classic and picturesque French Riviera.
The presentation is scheduled for May 30, 2019,WWDreports. The exact location of the runway show has yet to be revealed, but will be made public by Ghesquière "at a later date."
Though the architecture, runway structure, and of course, the designs themselves all remain unknown, the chic Mediterranean seaside—which has become a go-to vacation destination for the rich and famous—will prove a stunningly scenic backdrop for any designer's resort collection.
In addition to last year's mountaintop moment in Kyoto, Ghesquière's previous wanderlust-worthy destinatoins include Rio de Janeiro for the Resort 2019 range, Palm Springs for 2019, and Monaco for 2015.
Suffice it to say, we're eager to see what the designer has up his sleeve for Vuitton this time around—especially with the home-court advantage. But before he heads to the French Riviera, he'll be stopping in the French capital for Paris Fashion Week to unveil the brand's Fall 2019 range on Tuesday, March 6.
Video: Louis Vuitton Cruise 2019 Show by Nicolas Ghesquière
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