Further electrifying the mood, Kate Moss and Naomi Campbell also walked in the show, held in the Palais-Royal gardens on Thursday.
Retail sales dipped 2.2%, hit by the U.K., while underlying sales rose 1%.
The Brooklyn-based designer has a collaboration with Off-White in the works, and is ready to take his business to the next level.
The prize is one of the highlights at the Future Forum, British Fashion Council’s think tank aiming to make fashion fit for the future.
The range is a part of the pre-fall men’s collection that is set to launch on April 21.
Items from the highly anticipated partnership were the stars of the Vuitton men’s wear show, held in a transparent tent in the Palais-Royal gardens in front of guests including David Beckham, Kate Moss and James Marsden, whose 16-year-old son Jack is a rabid fan of both brands.
The collection features co-branded items ranging from denim and camouflage jackets to a range of bags in three materials.
Located in Milan’s Brera district, the store opening coincides with the city’s men’s fashion week and will be open until Jan. 29