Paris Fashion Week: Louis Vuitton Fashion Show Front Row Rundown

Posted on October 03, 2018


We gave Good Lady Cate Blanchett the spotlight because… well, because she’s Good Lady Cate and we figured she deserved it and you needed it. But now it’s time to run through all the looks of those squirming celebs in the front row at one of the biggest shows of the season. You can always count on the LV front row crowd to turn it out.

 

 

Alicia Vikander

It’s funny. Everything here suits her really well and we’d love to see each item as the starting point for a look. All together, it’s just a pile of merchandise. This is runway styling, basically.

 

 

Amandla Stenberg

Love the jacket but that skirt is just goofy.

 

 

Isabelle Huppert

Her innate fabulousness is allowing her to work the dicey proportions of those pants but we really like the combo of them, the sweater and the coat. It’s sporty-fab.

 

 

Justin Theroux

Oh, WHATEVER.

 

 

Léa Seydoux

This looks like a chic catalog cover from 1994. That’s not meant in a bitchy way. It’s a pretty great look and the proportions work well on her (although that wouldn’t be true of everyone).

 

 

Luke Evans

We appreciate the colors and we VERY much appreciate his love of tight pants, but this really is too casual for the venue, even if every item’s got an LV label on the inside (which is probably not the case).

 

 

Paul Bettany

DISAPPOINTING. Where is that snooty Euro and his equally as snooty American wife in their Beetlejuice clothes? What is this suburban dad nonsense? WHERE ARE THE PRETENTIOUS YELLOW LENSES?

 

 

Shailene Woodley

Cute dress, weird jacket, goofy sci-fi boots.

 

 

Sophie Turner and Joe Jonas

Hate the bag, but she looks pretty spectacular otherwise. He’s doing okay. Looks a little like the “cool” new youth minister.

 

 

Thandie Newton

Miss Thandie, you are far too fierce for this tired French Maid costume.
 

 

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