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Paris Fashion Week: Louis Vuitton

Marc Jacobs triumphed yesterday with the week’s stand out production as kinky bell boys and demure handcuffed ladies ascended onto the Louis Vuitton catwalk in vintage elevators.

The show was underpinned by a sense of naughtiness - S&M even - as models were restricted by hand cuffs and tight sheer skirts wrapped around their legs and bell boy hats wear worn with chin straps.

It was as if Jacobs had transported himself back to the lobby of the Savoy Hotel in the 1930s, and watched the female guests arriving in Peter Pan collared, knee-length dresses and voluminous house coats.

He also made references to the kind of naughtiness that goes on behind the closed doors of a hotel suite as he clad models in tight, red bell boy jackets, suspenders, sheer floor sweeping dresses, oversized knickers and pencil skirts.

Kate Moss closed the show smoking a cigarette with her return to the catwalk after a hiatus causing a stir (along with the fact she had lit-up on No Smoking Day).

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