Lanvin

Brand

Lanvin

Elegance, modernity and sensuality sum up the unique qualities of Lanvin to a tee. The brand celebrated its 125th anniversary in 2014, making it France's oldest fashion house.

Elegance, modernity and sensuality sum up the unique qualities of Lanvin to a tee. The brand celebrated its 125th anniversary in 2014, making it France's oldest fashion house.

The story

Jeanne Lanvin, founder of the label, was an exceptional woman who loved fashion, the decorative arts and history. The story began at 22 rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré in Paris, where Jeanne set up as a milliner. In 1887, she welcomed a daughter, Marguerite, who was to become her muse and inspiration. And that's how Jeanne Lanvin started designing beautiful childrenswear.

The talented Alber Elbaz has been the brand's artistic director since 2001. He remains loyal to the brand's heritage, with his goal being 'to make women happy'. His collections exude remarkable elegance, conveying femininity and poetry. Clothing is adorned with a thousand and one eloquent details, including diamanté and ribbons.

Lanvin today :

Lanvin – a byword for elegance and femininity – encapsulates sophisticated fashion, particularly with its sensual dresses. The brand also offers a line of menswear, childrenswear, fragrances, accessories and home decor.

Lanvin has some 400 retail outlets around the world and its faces include Amanda Seyfried and British top model Edie Campbell.

The key pieces:

The Partition bag, the Happy bag, and Arpège perfume.

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Adored by fashion fans the world over, Lanvin clothing for women reflects the fashion house: glamorous and refined. The feminine style and delicate materials they use make each item of Lanvin clothing for women a true work of art, perfecting every woman they fit and highlighting her beauty entirely. Dare to show yourself in a secondhand Lanvin outfit for an evening out, or treat yourself to a delicate blouse for day wear, revealing your romantic soul. Silk, tulle and lace: everything in Lanvin clothing is thought out with the aim of encouraging daydreams and creating a gentle, refined atmosphere. When such a pleasure is available at secondhand prices, who would pass up the opportunity?