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Sabrina Carpenter Stuns at Pharrell Williams’ Louis Vuitton Mens Show

Sabrina Carpenter Stuns at Pharrell Williams’ Louis Vuitton Mens Show

Sabrina Carpenter Stuns at Pharrell Williams’ Louis Vuitton Mens Show

“Le Monde Est À Vous” translated to The World Is Yours is the moniker for Pharrell Williams’ third collection with Louis Vuitton in his role helming the French luxury brand’s men’s division. With more than 75 looks, Louis Vuitton’s Spring-Summer 2025 line accentuated a broad range of colorfully gradient pieces that pulled inspiration from the creative director’s musical heritage. Williams has been outspoken about his lifelong experience as an artist who has sound-color synesthesia — an innate way of perceiving music to color to illustrate a deeper visual story. This season’s Louis Vuitton collection upholds his aptitude for blending song and color to create a beautiful portrait of Black American fashion. 

The June 18 show kicked off with a grandiose live orchestra who all donned silk-lined pixelated-checkered Louis Vuitton garb as they carried their instruments to the base of the runway that took place in Paris at the city’s UNESCO center. Guests including Sabrina Carpenter (in a white blazer minidress), Anna Wintour, Tems, Jackson Wang, Gong Yoo, Brent Faiyaz, Maluma, Jerrod Carmichael, Steven Yeun, Tahar Rahim, Omar Sy, Burna Boy, Anderson .Paak, Alicia Vikander and Michael Fassbender, and Colman Domingo were in attendance to view the new collection under a cloudy, picturesque sunset of a Parisian sky. At one point during the show, Carpenter played on the Nintendo DS of her runway show seatmate, British rapper Central Cee.

From glittery-burgundy leather trench coats to pearl-embellished brown fur jackets, Louis Vuitton presented an eclectic array of outfits and accessories many with audacious silhouettes. Models barreled through with larger-than-life Louis Vuitton trunks in chromatic color while donning matte-black suits amid the futuristic world painted by Williams.

Creative director Pharrell Williams acknowledges the audience during the Louis Vuitton Menswear Spring/Summer 2025 show as part of Paris Fashion Week on June 18, 2024 in Paris, France.

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“It feels kind of limitless,” musician Amine told The Hollywood Reporter after the show wearing a full beige Louis Vuitton look. “I think Virgil [Abloh] kind of paved a new way for us. He just laid the blueprint for all of us to start a brand and Pharrell is showing us fashion doesn’t have to be classist and we can thrive all together in this sort of inspiring community.”

As the hip hop community is so integral to Williams’ creative lineage, the rap-duo Clipse (Pusha T and No Malice) debuted new music at the show. In addition, Afrobeats music took over the UNESCO center as the show progressed, underscoring Louis Vuitton’s embrace of the global diaspora of Black artistry as it shows itself to be a truly 21st-century brand.

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The series of showy fits also revealed how Williams is willing to push the envelope when it comes to pure detail in craftsmanship when it comes to creating textile and pattern-making. Also notable was the fact that the show opened with nearly all-Black outfits, with Williams relying in that section on classic designs; as the presentation continued, colors became more loud and textures became more experimental.

A model walks the runway during the Louis Vuitton Menswear Spring/Summer 2025 show as part of Paris Fashion Week on June 18, 2024 in Paris, France.

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