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Louis Vuitton: Fashion Week Scorecard

The Scene: A theater-size red velvet curtain parted to reveal swagged, tiger-striped beaded fringe drapes and three taxidermied tigers.

The Look: A campy mix of the Far East, art nouveau/deco, exoticism, and Parisian style of the '20s and '70s. There were beaded cheongsams, silk pajamas, and fringe dresses; clingy Lurex gowns with sequined obi sashes; silk with iris, zebra, and giraffe prints; sequined animal-head sweaters, LV monogrammed sheer lace tops and skirts; and clashing color-blocked Mandarin-style tops, jackets, and skirts with an incongruous disco vibe. More beaded fringe appeared on skinny lacquer-heeled sandals. As always at Vuitton, bags ruled with mini saddles in various suedes, leathers, and monograms and clutches in color-blocks, lace, and print. Unconventional looking '80s modelKristen McMenamy closed the show clad in black-and-white zebra-striped body paint and a pair of tuxedo pants.

The Pieces We Want: A beaded fringe dress and a lace clutch with a fringe tassel.

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Photo Credits: WWD

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