The Louis Vuitton Foundation will open its doors in the Bois de Boulogne park on the edge of Paris next month - but the fashion pack and celebrity guests (including Miranda Kerr and Michelle Williams) got a sneak preview on Tuesday morning as they watched Nicolas Ghesquière present his second collection for the brand.
Ghesquière looked to Vuitton's heritage for his Spring/Summer 2015 collection.
Floral prints seen on ruffled mini dresses and buttoned-up shirts were dominant and although the long-sleeved knitwear, ankle-grazing jeans and knee-high boots didn't exactly scream 'summer,' the colour palette was brilliantly bright with a palette of rich, jewel tones.
The vintage theme became even more apparent in the range of accessories. Oversized, disc-shaped earrings had a 1970s feel (especially when paired with the doll-eye make up) and if there's one thing that's sure to go down a storm next season, it's the bags.
Ghesquière showcased miniature versions of the brand's boxy suitcases alongside roomy, leather totes. Fans of Vuitton's famous monogrammed luggage won't go disappointed.
See highlights from the show below and catch up on the latest from Paris Fashion Week here.