Being the BFF of a world class designer has its privileges. If you’re Sofia Coppola and that designer is Marc Jacobs, it means you get to collaborate on a collection.
But it wasn’t Marc the indie film princess worked with; it was Louis Vuitton design director Julie De Libran and the resulting collaboration looks like, well, like Sofia Coppola’s wardrobe. That’s definitely not a bad thing because she’s a stylish lady in her own right and while the collection sometimes bounces all over the place, the overall effect does feel like it all came out of one woman’s closet. It also feels a bit like you just stumbled upon the most amazing vintage clothing store in the world. It has a very ’60s and ’70s Paris feel to it; chic and urban, with some references to the ’30s and ’40s. We love the cloche hats, short shorts, cutout skirts and overall sporty feel to the collection. Colorful, fun, and girly.
[Photo Credit: vogue.com]