Louis Vuitton Continues Its Legacy in Barcelona for Cruise 2025

This week, Louis Vuitton showed their Cruise 2025 collection at Park Güell in Barcelona. The architectural space was completed in 1914 by Antoni Gaudi, an inspiring architect, and legacy in the city of Barcelona. Louis Vuitton continues their legacy in Cruise 2025 with an homage to Spain and the journey of discovery through loyalty to tradition, opulent colour, and vibrant culture.

Models walked the runway against scenography crafted by set designer James Chinlund to a soundtrack of “Music for Chameleons” by Gary Numan and “Madam Butterfly” by Malcolm McLaren. The show began with striking tailoring in classic black and white that popped against the sea of warm and cool tones that simultaneously existed without contradiction throughout the runway collection. Following the tailoring are voluminous draping paired with trousers, one-sleeved bubble dresses, and equestrian leather riding boots. The coming together of a Nicolas Ghesquière collection in an Antoni Gaudi space made for a stunning showcase.