Final Fantasy XIII character ‘Lightning’ models for Louis Vuitton’s ‘Series 4’ collection

Final Fantasy XIII character ‘Lightning’ models for Louis Vuitton’s ‘Series 4’ collection

New ads for Louis Vuitton's ‘Series 4’ line feature Final Fantasy XIII's key character ‘Lightning;’ thereby indicating that the geek chic will be the face of French fashion icon's spring-summer 2016 campaign.

Lightning is one of the main characters from the Final Fantasy XIII game as well as its two subsequent spinoff titles. Lightning’s first brush with modeling for a fashion icon was in 2012, when Prada enlisted a few of Square Enix’s Final Fantasy XIII characters for showcasing its spring 2012 collection.

Lightning is now apparently poised to make a big splash next year, with the promotion materials for Louis Vuitton's spring-summer 2016 collection showing the famous Final Fantasy XIII character flaunting an array of new outfits, including a pink motorcycle jacket and a black skirt.

The first glimpse of Louis Vuitton's ‘Series 4’ line – featuring ‘Lightning’ - has come recently from French fashion designer Nicolas Ghesquière, via a few photos and videos posted on his Instagram account. Ghesquière is the current creative director of the house of Louis Vuitton.

The Louis Vuitton's spring-summer 2016 collection has been created in collaboration with game publisher Square Enix and FFXIII’s leading character designer Tetsuya Nomura.

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