Revisiting the Louis Vuitton Men's Spring-Summer 2020 Show through the lens of director Julian Klincewicz.

Continuing his exploration of boyhood, Virgil Abloh staged his Spring-Summer 2020 Fashion Show as an ode to the typical idea of childhood bliss. Against the backdrop of the postcard-perfect Place Dauphine, accented by childhood symbols such as kites and balloons, the latest Louis Vuitton Men's Fashion Show was presented while the Heritage Orchestra, directed by Chris Wheeler and conductor Tom Richards, performed a medley of tracks live under the musical direction of Benji B. 

Florals - both real flowers "foliaged" onto mid-layers, hats, and bags as well as embroidered motifs and crocheted - provided the overarching inspiration as a naturally occurring metaphor for diversity. The collection's palette is rooted in the colors of the garden: jessamine yellow, sage, moss green, forget-me-not blue, heirloom lilac, peony pink, fuchsia, etc. Other horticultural inspiration includes straw gardening hats, wellington boots, and functional gloves. See a selection of looks in a new light in this video by Julian Klincewicz.

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