With funky hats, pops of red, and geometric prints, Louis Vuitton’s fall/winter 2016 collection, shown on March 9, ended a round of fashion weeks on a high note. Nicolas Ghesquière created a confident and wearable line, both intriguing and easily lovable. The venue was set up to be an underwater world, made in collaboration with the French artist Justin Morin. Shattered mirrors added a reflective aspect to the runway, where models strutted in color blocked hues, sporty jackets, and tube dresses. Jackets nipped in at the waist, hemlines were on an angled slope, and mohair was used on multiple pieces. The collection was both sensual and street, both modern and classic. It was a Louis Vuitton collection that reflected on the past, but certainly has customers excited for the future.