Slay through this season with a surprisingly wearable take on the trend that's shaping transitional looks from boardroom to evening glamour.

Cutouts, in various shapes and sizes, made for key talking points of the Louis Vuitton spring 2017 show. But instead of daring and suggestive, they presented a tasteful collection of experimental high fashion that were relatable yet assertive. The focus was on power suits, asymmetric draped jersey numbers, and sheer, shimmery Eighties-inspired dresses.

 Call it a strong message of female empowerment or the liberation from restrained garments – the collection, in essence, is a tribute to Parisienne style and the creative identities of the Right Bank and the Left Bank. One takeaway from styling these ultra smooth getups would be a pair of boots. 

 Here’s how the body-revealing trend can relate to your everyday wardrobe, in 10 key looks. 

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Slinky jersey dress with linear cutouts create a gladiator appeal

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Drama and sequins in an Eighties-style shoulder-padded number

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Boho meets rocker in this ensemble of sheer cutouts 

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Long cuts slash through this rock-and-roll attire for a sexier attitude 

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Take a new level to boardroom drama in this grey, capeleted two-piece suit

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An edgy and sexy rocker-chick look with thigh-high slices 

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Strategically placed cutouts subtly shape the feminine silhouette 

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Cutouts that bring new depth and detail to power dressing 

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Louis Vuitton slices the line thin with shoulder cutouts in this sexy-meets-military finish 

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The maison is in favour of the surprising combination of asymmetrical with illusion cutouts 

 Step into the future of Louis Vuitton autumn/winter menswear 2017 in this collaboration with New York high street label Supreme.