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Louis Vuitton is known for weaving architecture and picturesque locales into their shows—having previously debuted Cruise collections in Rio De Janeiro, Kyoto and Palm Springs, California.
Their Cruise '19 show was no exception—taking place in Saint-Paul de Vence, a small medieval town on the Côte d'Azur in France, with a star-studded list of attendees including house muses Emma Stone, Léa Seydoux and Sienna Miller.
However, the most intriguing aspect of the show wasn't the history-seeped location, or Nicolas Ghesquière's museum-worthy garments.
In a turn of events that read like an episode of Charmed, it's been revealed that Louis Vuitton employs a professional shaman (or wizard of good and evil spirits) from Brazil to ensure the weather at their Cruise show outings always remains impeccable. Who would've thought?
According to The Guardian, the unidentified shaman also commanded the weather at LV's Cruise shows in Rio and Kyoto.
While menacing clouds threatened for the duration of the show, rain did indeed hold off—unlike Dior's outdoor Cruise 2019 show in Chantilly, which fell victim to an unfortunate downpour.
Vogue Runway also reported that the Brazilian-based shaman flies only private, and commands a six-figure fee for ensuring the weather remains precipitation-free. And, just when we thought we'd heard it all, the shaman reportedly worked his magic at Meghan and Harry's Windsor Castle nuptials last month (resulting in beaming sunlight all day long).
Whether or not you believe in the weather-bending powers of shamans, it's better to be safe than sorry, right?

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