#9. Louis Vuitton
It wasn’t a single-message collection, but rather an eclectic series of propositions: a wardrobe for the first
wave of SpaceX flyers printed with images of terraforming colonies on distant planets and toxic lakes on
the planet we’ll have to leave behind. As always, there was sharp, compelling tailoring. His new jacket
zipped up the middle with wide peaked lapels, and his pants, which were worn by a trio of androgynous
models some mistook for men, were straight-legged and hip-slung; these were the grounded foundation
around which his sci-fi experiments rotated.