Modify Your Psyche: JUERGEN TELLER Photographs Nicolas Ghesquière’s Debut Collection for Louis Vuitton

“Doesn’t every designer wish to create something timeless?” asked Nicolas Ghesquière in a typewritten note to those who attended his debut collection for LOUIS VUITTON this morning. The womenswear A/W 2014 collection is a piece of fashion architecture, with modern and streamlined garments that promise to redefine the brand with strong subtlety. More than a renewed silhouette, Ghesquière is indicating a modification in fashion psyche.

Leading up to the collection presentation, JUERGEN TELLER photographed a dozen girls in Ghesquière’s collection at the LVMH headquarters on Avenue Montaigne in Paris.

 

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