Never like this winter nostalgia for the past has come to contaminate contemporary lines. Already Livetrend had identified clear historical references (see the clerical) in haute couture, and today this forecast is confirmed by ready-to-wear. Gucci has presented silhouettes with basket dresses, Alexander Mc Queen not only refers to shapes but also to historical motifs. Moschino shows a modern-day Marie Antoinette and Richard Quinn has created crinoline shapes for his Moncler collection. This desire for new, exaggerated volumes, inspired by the past, can even influence the king of streetwear, Vigil Abloh, who mixes anoraks with crinolines, with an unexpected effect. But it was Nicholas Guesquière for Louis Vuitton, who certainly knew how to make the right remix of history, culture and modernity to create inventive pieces and silhouettes.