Alicia Vikander flashes skin as she joins Millie Bobby Brown for Louis Vuitton X launch party
Louis Vuitton held a celebrity-studded launch party for its new exhibition that opens in Beverly Hills on Friday.
The exhibit details 160 years of Maison's history and artistic collaborations. Among the famous faces who celebrated Louis Vuitton X were actresses Alicia Vikander and Millie Bobby Brown.
Both went for leggy looks in designs from the LV Cruise 2020 Show, as did the other high-profile invited guests.
Swedish star Vikander, 30, flashed her midriff in a black two-piece bra-style bodice with baggy sleeves, and a mini skirt with an elasticated waist and buttons down the front.
Stranger Things star Brown, 15, wore a cropped black leather jacket with short sleeves.
She paired it with a patterned top with a sweetheart neckline and a pink puffball skirt fastened with a wide black belt with a silver buckle.
She added black sandals with chunky silver heels and her hair was slicked back from her face and fastened with silver hair hoops.
Jennifer Connelly struck a pose for photographers in her LV designer duds.
Her top featured frills across the bodice and short sleeves and her mini skirt were fastened with two buttons at the top.
The actress, 48, completed her look with shiny black leather boots, a black purse, and dramatic makeup.
Hailee Steinfeld showed up in a patterned mini dress worn with a colorful jacket and silver-capped black boots.
The 22-year-old left her long brown hair loose and carried an embellished purse.
others attending the party included Laura harrier, Riley Keough, Nina Dobrev, Miranda Kerr, and Jaden Smith.
The Louis Vuitton X exhibit opens to the public on Friday and will remain open through September 15th at the iconic 468 North Rodeo Drive building in Beverly Hills. Admission is free.
According to the Maison, the displays that cover two floors feature more than 180 items from Louis Vuitton's archives including a collection of early twentieth-century unique order trunks along with art deco perfume bottles and window displays designed by Louis Vuitton's grandson Gaston-Louis.
There are also Monogram bags reworked by Karl Lagerfeld, Rei Kawakubo, Cindy Sherman, Frank Gehry, and others as well as original collaborations and commissions by artists including Yayoi Kusama, Richard Prince, and Zaha Hadid.