In Neuilly Sur Seine, beyond the spectacle of celebrity and the stunning geodesic domes just steps from the Fondation Louis Vuitton, Nicolas Ghesquière prepared to show his Ready-to-Wear Fall collection for 2015.

Ghesquière called to the future and the continued evolution of technology. In ode, amongst other sci-fi styled pieces were distinguishing metallics, ribbed knits, silk pantsuits, puffy mutton sleeves and a unique chinoiserie jacquard dress were shown under the domes.

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The ever beloved petite malle mini trunk also made it’s latest transformation amongst other new cases and trunks which complimented the idea of futuristic travel while still paying to the past and la Croisière Jaune, the famous motorized expedition of the 30’s whose route stretched from Beirut to Beijing.

While it has been just a year since debuting with the maison, Nicolas Ghesquière and his signature style have continued to evolve toward it’s own unique standard and if this collection left any idea, perhaps an even brighter future.