Louis Vuitton Hosts Fashion Show at Historic TWA Flight Center
A different kind of runway was recently in focus at the newly refurbished TWA Flight Center terminal at New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport. It was here that Women's Collection Artistic Director Nicolas Ghesquière chose to stage an elaborate fashion show unveiling of the 2020 Louis Vuitton Cruise Collection, no small feat given the '60s-era landmark site, the latest in a list of high luxury locations to host Louis Vuitton shows, has been closed for 18 years and only recently been revived.
Louis Vuitton's 6th Cruise Collection wasn't the only thing to debut during the fashion show that night as high profile attendees, including talent like Cate Blanchett, Emma Stone, Julianne Moore, and Michelle Williams, got the first glimpse of the freshly revamped terminal in its new form, a retro-inspired hotel.
Barack Ferrazzano represented Louis Vuitton in this endeavor with a team comprised of Dennis A. Ferrazzano, Daniel L. Dominguez, Amy L. Koenig, and Kaitlyn E. Kelly.
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About Louis Vuitton
Founded in Paris in 1854, Maison Louis Vuitton has inherited the ambition and vision of its founders. This legendary history built around travel continues to place the House at the forefront of creation. Still today, Louis Vuitton’s spirit of adventure is expressed through its unique heritage, values, and rigorous spirit of innovation and ingenuity, the boldness of its creations, and the demand for perfection in its designs. Leather goods, ready-to-wear, accessories, shoes, watches, and jewelry. The House’s creations leave their mark with objects that have become legendary. All over the world, the House welcomes its clients into a world that reflects its founding values and that is sold exclusively in Louis Vuitton boutiques. Since November 2013, Nicolas Ghesquière has been the Creative Director of Women’s Collections. Virgil Abloh has been the Creative Director of Men’s Collections since March 26, 2018.