|Jeanne Lanvin with one of her creations|
For the Spring 2015 collection, the present creative director Alber Elbaz went down the memory lane to create a collection to commemorate the founder of the house and pay his tribute for the 125th anniversary to the French fashion house. With the models, designs, silhouettes, reinterpretations and iconic elements all blasted from the past with a strong, simple yet dramatic emphasis on the women who wear Lanvin.
|Spring 2015 RTW Lanvin|
Elbaz gave a new definition to simplicity. The silhouettes were simple and chic. There were sheer fabrics as well as brocades. There were masculine silhouettes like blazers and pants as well as feminine like dresses, skirts, spaghetti tops etc. The collection is about true elegance which comes from chic tailoring and chic little dresses and there is also romanticism in the form of brocades and prints. It's about timeless designs which truly is what the house stands for.
If we look into the archives, the Lanvin woman has always been carefree yet elegant. There is always a mesmerizing touch to the collections which speak of darkness, raw finishes, ruffles, splendor, admiration and love.
|Fall 2013 Ready-to-Wear Lanvin, Fall 2011 Ready-to-Wear Lanvin, Spring 2012 Ready-to-Wear Lanvin|
|Fall 2012 Ready-to-Wear Lanvin, Fall 2012 Ready-to-Wear Lanvin, Fall 2014 Ready-to-Wear Lanvin|
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