Nicolas Ghesquière has accumulated plenty of fanboys during his years in fashion. Today at his Resort show in Japan, he turned fanboy himself. First the venue. Vuitton’s Cruise collections have been held in some spectacular spots—Rio’s Niterói Museum, Bob Hope’s John Lautner-designed home in Palm Springs—but and co. outdid them today. Perched in a green valley and designed by the architect I. M. Pei, the looks like it landed on the spot from outer space (it has that in common with the Niterói and Bob Hope’s place) or as if it had been discovered there, a ruin from the long-distant future. In fact, Pei designed the Miho to evoke Shangri-la, heaven on earth. “I understand it’s one of his favorite buildings,” Ghesquière said of the museum. There’s synergy in the setting, too. Pei masterminded the glass pyramid that revitalized the Louvre Museum in Paris; Ghesquière showed his Fall Vuitton show in the Louvre and has plans to do so again.