The Louis Vuitton spring/summer 2015 collection sent out clothes blending the 70s retro and explored the 70s with vintage prints, A-line skirts, high-waisted pants and so on. This collection seemed to be about transforming old memories into new work. No matter the designer Nicolas Ghesquiere’s personal aesthetic or philosophy, it tends to look into the past in order to move forward into the future. Ghesquiere is utilising retro ideas to create something authentically facilitate thinking. There’s a touch of the familiar to his future, something rooted in a past could still be chased after. It’s very smart because it means we’re not alienated by his forward thrust. We let it carry us on, to something new.