The Super's steal the spotlight at Kim Jones' final collection for Louis Vuitton

"It's about clothes that can change, about fabrics that can travel on the body - and transform," explained Kim Jones, Men's Artistic Director of Louis Vuitton in the notes for this week's presentation of his A/W'18 collection. "Discovering something new. A constant voyage." 

On Thursday morning, in Paris at Men's Fashion Week, celebrated men's designer Kim Jones took his final bow at the helm of the Homme collection for the French house. His final collection, already critically praised, was full of his signature inspiration - the far-flung and exotic, from his travels world wide, from the Far East to the Wild West - and his clever use of materials such as shearling and intarsia mink, luxe python, titanium finishings, mirror-coated Monogram glaze and gloss fabrics. 

Exquisite though it was, a surprise appearance from Kate Moss and Naomi Campbell closing out the presentation was a major talking point for the day, both in matching monogrammed belted coats and lace-up boots.

With the rumour mill already abuzz on speculations that Jones will be moving to Burberry in the wake of the departure of long-standing creative director Christopher Bailey, we're certain it won't be long until men the world over are once again coveting his newest creations.

Click through the above gallery to view Buro's picks of the bunch.

Naomi Campbell & Kate Moss steal the show at Louis Vuitton Homme A/W'18