Marc Jacobs staged what many believe to be his last show for Louis Vuitton in the courtyard of the Louvre in Paris this morning. Like last season, Kate Moss closed the show—”I have an attitude about being consistent,” he said—but the similarities ended there. Instead of handcuffs and latex bondage-like dresses, his models wore poufy light frocks with 60s details like floral appliques and faded pastel panels with white heels and ladylike purses. The show itself was set on a carousel, “I’m a hopeless New Yorker Franco-phile,” he said. But the big question was, of course, whether or not this really would be his last show for Vuitton. Though reporters were forbidden from asking about the rumors, Jacobs did drop a few hints. The Telegraph caught him on camera saying, “I could never do this anywhere else. Not just the Paris thing, Vuitton allows me…” before trailing off. He also mentioned, regarding Kate, “We’re going to consistently close the show with Kate Moss,” which suggest future Vuitton shows. He also said, regarding the success of Vuitton’s ready-to-wear collection, “It’s really something I feel particularly proud of.” So really, we’re no closer to knowing the answer. Paris fashion week has come and gone and there’s still no word who will take over at Dior. But given the critical reaction to Jacobs’ spring collection for Louis Vuitton, his staying put wouldn’t be the worst outcome.