Louis Vuitton’s creative director, Nicolas Ghesquière, walked the red carpet alongside his muse, Oscar winner Alicia Vikander. The actress looked radiant in head-to-toe LV, pairing a stunning floral brocade coat plucked straight from the brand’s spring 2018 runway with skinny black trousers, strappy heels, and a boxy handbag.
But Vikander’s most talked-about accessory was the shining diamond ring set she wore on her left finger, seen for the first time since her rumored nuptials with actor Michael Fassbender and subsequent honeymoon in Italy last week.
Zendaya, who wore an Afro hairstyle earlier this week as an ode to her aunts and Angela Davis, switched up her hairdo for a wispy bob. The former Disney star looked sophisticated in a cream blouse, a leather and metallic brocade dress, and sheer black tights, all also from the SS18 Louis Vuitton collection.
Actress Jennifer Connelly shows off her toned legs in another fresh-off-the-runway LV look — exuding glamorous in a cream blouse layered underneath a patent leather and floral-print top and accessorizing with one of Louis Vuitton’s signature box clutches.
Actress Michelle Williams wore one of the glitziest dresses of the evening, an intricately beaded, silver-metallic minidress that perfectly complemented her signature platinum pixie cut.
Louis Vuitton Series 7 campaign star Jaden Smith wore what one would say would say is a “hypebeast”-approved outfit, featuring a Supreme x Louis Vuitton cross-body bag, jean jacket, graphic tee, and black baseball cap.
But one of the most shocking appearances of the night was made by Alexander Skarsgård, who debuted a new bald hairdo on the red carpet for the very first time. Although Skarsgård has not made public remarks about his new hairstyle, it’s presumed to be for his upcoming role in the film The Hummingbird Project, also starring Jessie Eisenberg and Salma Hayek.
Skarsgård, Smith, and other guests poured into the former American Stock Exchange in Lower Manhattan, which Louis Vuitton took over to unveil its new travel-centered exhibit, focused on telling the story of the historic fashion house since its inception in 1854. The exhibit explores the Vuitton family’s deep archives, which uncover a rich history saturated with many celebrated moments, such as the creation of the brand’s iconic trunks, which are still an international symbol of travel and luxury.
After touring the exhibition, guests were shuttled to Pier 17 in Lower Manhattan for a luxe after-party, where attendees sipped champagne while DJ Mark Ronson spun tunes late into the night.
Louis Vuitton’s “Volez, Voguez, Voyagez” exhibit is at 86 Trinity Place in New York City and is free and open to the public starting on Oct. 27. It will run through Jan. 7, 2018.
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