Here comes the final skillful and sophisticated line of Marc Jacobs for Louis Vuitton, which he decided to devote to his all-time fashion muses. Namely among the beauties presenting the impressive and indeed hard-to-forget Louis Vuitton spring/summer 2014 campaign, we can note the names of Catherine Deneuve, Sofia Coppola, Gisele Bündchen, Fan Bingbing, Caroline de Maigret and Edie Campbell. The creator of these inspiring photos is Steven Meisel, who once more managed to put and to emphasize exactly what was needed, making the shots look like real perfections.
Looking through the looks presented here, we can notice some typical and traditionally well-remembered options like the Noé bag, monogrammed luggage, and the super chic and scrupulously worked out Stephen Sprouse sequins. Thus in the Louis Vuitton spring/summer 2014 campaign, Sofia Coppola demonstrates a sumptuous glittery and semi-transparent top, adorned with lavishly put, yet meticulously designed beads and sequins, also presenting a pair of a feather-adorned top this time matched with the signature handbag of Louis Vuitton. On the other hand, Gisele Bündchen shows the elaborately designed all sequined jacket.
Fan Bingbing in her turn shows just another variant of matching transparencies with feathery finishes for the sleeves, the top carrying which, came matched with a sequin-printed handbag, whereas Edie Campbell demonstrates a more daring image with the corresponding pixie hairstyle and the more aggressively put feather-with-sequins looks. Caroline de Maigret presents another ideologically worked out version of a handbag, which comes paired with another sequined jacket.
Finally Catherine Deneuve is there to present the all-feathery looks with generous proportions of feather details on the shoulders and all-over the handbag picked for this combo. So this looks like a very memorable summary of all the fruitful and efficient work Marc Jacobs has done for this fashion giant, introducing some top popular details with an irreplaceable innovative touch, which will not let us get bored or feel any déjà-vus while looking though the magnificent Louis Vuitton spring/summer 2014 collection.
Photos courtesy of Louis Vuitton