Being the oldest fashion house in the world Louis Vuitton are always appreciated for their great collection. After the success of Louis Vuitton 2009 Fall collection they have come up with Resort 2010 collection. This time they’ve traded in their kinky above-the-knee lace-up boots for swashbuckling gold sequined open-toe numbers and replaced their satin and lace with nautical-stripe bustier dresses and bikinis or crisp khaki safari jackets and wide-leg, deep-cuff trousers. Bags, belts, bracelets, and shoes are trimmed with rope details, but that’s about as overt as the Riviera referencing gets in this enjoyably saucy collection. A black silk plissé cocktail dress with a plunging neckline edged in gold embroidery and a tuxedo jacket that turns to reveal a sexy cutout back look just as likely to turn up at louche Paris hot spot Le Baron as they are on the boardwalk in Saint-Tropez.