Fashion Week is officially over but lets take a look back at one last show from Paris this week. The Louis Vuitton collection took to the runway on Wednesday and was highly anticipated as it was Nicolas Ghesquière’s debut for the brand. The pressure was definitely on for Ghesquière having succeeded Marc Jacobs who has built the Louis Vuitton brand over the last 14 years. The collection was packed with A-line style designs which would not look out of place in a 60s wardrobe. Typical darker fall colors of camel, burnt orange and greys graced the show aswell as being packed with leather and suede which the designer used in many interesting ways. The collection was rather toned down from previously under Jacobs however it carried that simple but chic style that worked and created a great debut for Ghesquière.What do you think of this collection? The rest of the collection can be viewed at Style.com.