Marc Jacobs is inherently fashion-forward and shrewd, creating collection after collection of smartly designed pieces that infallibly impress. Along with Kim Jones, the lead menswear design, their Louis Vuitton Spring/Summer 2014 Menswear Collection, there is an air of innocence as conveyed by the initial look of leisure clothes (checkered shorts, plaid pantsuits, handkerchief neckties, and varsity jackets) that later evolve into a handsome set of tuxedos, each one more dashing than the last. The old school trend of plaid, seersucker suits is reprises with a breath of vitality: form-fitting pants are nipped at the ankles, varying print patterns are mixed alongside each other, and colors are vibrantly youthful. Some remarkably eye-catching pieces of the collection include a red, alligator leather jacket, a blue and black tie-dyed jumper, and a charming, faint-pink three-piece suit, complete with a dandy purple bow. In 41 looks, the models of Louis Vuitton go from playful boy to sophisticated men.