Marc Jacobs will be leaving LV after 16 years with the brand. His presented his last show in Paris earlier today.

Apparently Jacobs would like to focus on his own brand now. In a piece for the New York Times, Suzy Menkes and Eric Wilson note that the show had the hints of the end of an era:
…The mood at the show was wistful. It was intensely back and had many elements — a carousel, a grand hotel elevator and twin escalators — that had been stage sets at previous LV shows.

“It’s like a funeral,” said Edward Enninful, the fashion and style director of W magazine, as he entered the show.

And the showgirl clothes, with their giant Folies Bergère feather headdresses and jet-embroidered chiffon, gave the impression that the party performance was over, not least because bluejeans were often worn as a counterpart to the finery.
According to Business of Fashion:
Jacobs’ successor at Louis Vuitton has yet to be named, but French designer Nicolas Ghesquière is widely thought to be the current frontrunner for the role.
Check out the collection below: