From the Wang Squad to the Balmain Army to the Givenchy Gang, big-name designers have built and enlisted the support of impressive groups of women to front their campaigns and support their social causes. While they may start out as simple business decisions, with time these relationships eventually blossom into wonderful friendships. Luckily for us, designers like Nicolas Ghesquière, Creative Director of Louis Vuitton, have taken to social media to declare their love for their squad. Here, Savoir Flair lists down five of Louis Vuitton’s modern-day muses that you need to know.
Ghesquière and Gomez met last year and since then the baby-faced 23-year-old singer has been a regular at Louis Vuitton shows and was a big part of the promotion of the #MakeAPromise campaign, which was created to help children in need with UNICEF.
The Swedish Oscar-winning actress officially became the maison’s new muse in July of last year when she fronted the Series 3 campaign photographed by Juergen Teller. Since then, the 26-year-old has been making remarkable red-carpet appearances in Louis Vuitton.
Earlier this year, Savoir Flair name-checked the young French actress as one of the names and faces you’ll be seeing a lot of in 2016. Exarchopoulos is set to have an amazing year with incredible movies lined up, which means red-carpet appearances in nothing but Louis Vuitton.
Williams, known for her critically acclaimed performance in Shutter Island with Leonardo DiCaprio, has been a good friend of the brand ever since her successful debut as the face of Louis Vuitton in 2014.
The Bond Girl became the latest addition to the Louis Vuitton family when she was named as the face of the house in January.