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Pic of the Day: All Aboard the Louis Vuitton Express


Designer Marc Jacobs concludes the fall 2012 season with a locomotive finale.

Louis Vuitton presented its fall 2012 collection today in Paris, effectively ending the four-week long succession of endless catwalkery. Creative director Marc Jacobs already made a huge splash with his eponymous label in New York by showing an assemblage of fairy-tale-gone-wrong garments in a spooky, paper cut-out, pop-up book setting, designed by his artist/muse Rachel Feinstein. But Marc outdid even himself with his spectacular scene he set at Vuitton. At the start of the show a train--yes, a life-size iron horse emblazoned with the LV logo in gold charged down the runway, and from it each of his lovely ladies descended--trailed by a porter carrying their luggage, of course.
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