Pharrell Takes Over Paris

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Tuesday night's Louis Vuitton spring menswear presentation included Pharrell Williams as the host. The event featured crisp, highly adorned American West ensembles that lined the runway.

The presentation began with Native American drumming, as models strutted around in denim chaps and cowboy boots with silver tips, wide-brimmed cowboy hats, and silky western shirts with pointed collars. Suits were adorned with turquoise studs, and sequined coats had Louis Vuitton insignia glittering on them.

The largest fashion company in the world, owned by LVMH, has set up about 50 temporary storefronts throughout the globe to display the new products.

In June of last year, Williams and Jay-Z performed at a street party on the Pont Neuf in Paris, marking her huge debut. With sailor suits and Hawaiian designs, he traveled to Hong Kong in November for his second runway presentation, which took place on a waterfront promenade with a view of the city's skyline at night.

On January 25, LVMH will make public its annual financial results, which will include information on the industry leader's performance over the crucial Christmas season. Due to increased living expenses, consumers have been spending less on high-end items, which has decreased the demand for luxury clothing in recent months.

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