The singer Rosalía became the center of attention Men’s fashion weekwhich takes place in Paris until Sunday, being the guest of honor at Louis Vuitton fashion show, where the company launched an ode to creativity and childhood dreams.
With a poster of the singer naked and her chest covered with motorcycle gloves, the company announced the participation of the Spanish woman in her fashion show, creating Unprecedented expectation To present a collection that is more of a showcase than a catwalk.
Rosalía was responsible for setting the music for the entire “show”, in a performance in which she featured it Power with hits like “Candy” and “Soko” Techno version ofget rid ofand other songs such as “Bulerías de la perla” by Camaron de la Isla, and “AI O” by Dominican artist Angel Dior.
Curiosity and passion to see the winner Eight Latin Grammy Awards He kept a large part of the audience with their phones raised throughout the show, excluding part of the prominence of the designs, which on this occasion focused on tailoring, with long coats and ultra-modern jackets.
Tailoring was gray, white and burgundy, though urban wear, like work uniforms, had a big presence, with sack-type pants, frozen bags converted into backpacks and sneakers.
The podium was a continuation of the rooms that represented the transition from childhood to adulthood, a setting pioneered by French filmmakers Michel and Olivier Gondrywho also directed the short film “Growing Up”, which was screened at the beginning of the show.
A nod to the child in all of us, which for designer Virgil Abloh was one of the foundations of his creative process.
Abloh, creative director of Vuitton’s men’s collection between 2018 and 2021, died in November of that year after developing a sudden cancer, which he never spoke about publicly.
The company’s design team was an orphan, but so far, The company preferred not to replace it.
So much so, that at the end of the show, some thirty anonymous creators appeared on stage, accompanied by American designer Colm Dylan, who contributed some concepts to the collection, as well as other brand collaborators like Sierra Leonese designer Ibrahim Kamara and Ukrainian Lena Kotsovskaya.
the The fall-winter 2023/2024 collection had surreal pointswith elements of decoration embedded in clothing, such as letter and newspaper pages, and prints with illustrations.
Added to the winter are cages, highly structured and amazing prints with tech motifs and eye-catching illustrations. original accessoriessuch as floppy visors, pilot caps, exaggerated visor caps…
The vision appeared as a man dressed as a child, devoid of taboos and complexes, ready to have fun and experiment.
Among the guests were actor Álex González, singer J-Hope or actor Lucien Laviscount, who were dressed as Vuitton with a dress folded over trousers and sneakers.
a “Looks ‘risky’ but this shows how men’s fashion is finally transcending traditional norms of clothes and encourages himself, like a little child, to play and have fun with clothes.
And if you haven’t told Rosalía, her international foray has a lot to do with that flair of punk, flamenco, and Latin, and she’s just as eclectic as her music, which has made her one of the most recognizable icons in current pop music.