The Louis Vuitton Men's Fashion Show on June 23 was one to remember! On Thursday morning, the world was transported to Paris via live stream to not only see some of the best looks from the brand’s Spring-Summer 2023 collection, but also to be entertained by live performances.
Keep scrolling to see how FAMU’s Marching "100" took LV’s Paris Fashion Week show to the next level with their iconic grand entrance!
It’s the live band. It’s the dancing. It’s the coordination. It’s the fashion!
After FAMU’s fantastic grand opening, Kendrick Lamar performed as models took to the yellow runway in eye-catching suits, colorful outerwear, and imaginative two-piece ensembles.
The theme of the vast runway—located in the Cour Carrée of the Louvre Museum—was "Magnified Playground," according to LV's Instagram. The French luxury fashion house further explained, "The #LouisVuitton Men’s Studio imagines a giant toy racetrack as a yellow brick road for the imagination."
The show also paid tribute to the late Virgil Abloh, who served as artistic director of Louis Vuitton's menswear collection since 2018. The innovative fashion designer sadly passed away in November 2021 at age 41.
FAMU's Marching "100" later closed out the show with yet another memorable performance. Be sure to check out the entire runway show on the brand's Twitter!