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We’ve all seen that masculinity is trending on the runway now, butLanvin’s spring/summer 2019 ready-to-wear collectionreally embraced the concept in its entirety. Alber Elbaz pushed the fashion industry’s boundaries a bit with this collection, and aimed to find the line of ready-to-wear. Naming his show “manifesto”, Elbaz literally turned the runway into a theatre yesterday night, pleasing the audience with his impeccable tailoring and one-of-a-kind design solutions.
The looks were strong, and the models were styled with hard lines and short hair. The minimalistic makeup played to this masculine theme, with the bulk of makeup being used to add a harder look to the cheekbones. Yet, femininity was far from lost in the Lanvin spring 2019 collection. The models were all dressed up for the masculine part, which was a large part of the theme in the beginning of the show, but after the first third of the show (or so), the looks began to transition to a more feminine culture.
The collection seemed to follow the general Lanvin-style black and white color scheme, with sudden red garments, and other simple-colored pieces throughout. It is a tactic that is stunning on the runway, and has worked in favor of the brand.
The second red dress of the evening turned the corner, which of course looked great on the model, but there seemed to be nothing shocking about the color, as it was shown earlier as a brief pause from black and white garments. Then the deep yellow dress hit the runway, followed by periwinkle, teal, and a shiny violet. This presentation was akin to staring at the stars against a clear night sky, and suddenly having a fireworks display come from nowhere – in other words, it was a surprise among the standard black and white, and a very welcome one at that.
The colors didn’t stop there, as after a brief pause, sparkles and electric blues were introduced as well. The collection was a busy explosion of colors and ideas, all being siphoned into one clothing line. Elbaz’s kooky approach at an off-the-wall (but still very wearable) collection is completely inane – but did I mention that we loved the whole display?
Even the seemingly unraveled garments were secretly soundly structured, as the designer wouldn’t dream of creating clothes difficult to wear for a ready-to-wear collection. He showed a tendency to present beautiful and revealing pieces, without actually revealing the models’ bodies. His low cut dresses are really supported by a nude bodysuit, covering the model to the neck. With the amount of skin on the runways for the first 2019 seasons, Lanvin has really created a unique response.
There is no way to look past the fact that the Lanvin spring/summer 2019 collection is ready-to-wear, and should be worn as soon as possible, at that. With the fun, unique perspectives the brand has provided, the looks are sure to be season showstoppers – on the streets as well as on the runway. And if you want the world to know “who you’re wearing,” Alber Elbaz has provided several looks unashamedly bearing the Lanvin name.
Photos courtesy of Lanvin
It’s that time of the year when fashion labels release their ad campaigns one after another. We can’t even keep up; every day there is a new collection to admire, a new style to promise your loyalty to. Don’t they know our minds and bodies are incapable of producing dangerous levels of admiration in such a short period of time? The designers at Lanvin definitely didn’t get the memo about it. And they did everything right as the very moment we forgot how splendid their fall 2015 collection was (apologies to Lanvin for these, some of your competitors used the moment), they’ve reminded us about the flawless quality of their craft and mastery (your memory will not dare to erase those moments) releasing the fabulousLanvin fall 2015 ad campaign.
If you’ve seen the collection on catwalk, you’ve probably witnessed a diversity influenced by cultural motives and chic, rich colors and feminine silhouettes. Nothing has been lost, quite the opposite, everything has added up. The ad campaign features the same elements, only this time they’ve chosen to stress the most eye-catching advantages. The vibrant gold and copper, contrasted on the dark black background and garments amaze and intrigue. Most of the ads are featured in action, giving out the sense of free motion your dress should display when walking.
The campaign was captured by Tim Walker, the British photographer often favorited by Vogue. If you’re following the latest fashion ads, you’ve probably noticed that one thing Walker absolutely loves in photos is drama… and lots of it. It’s clearly expressed in the campaign images, meant to activate women who dreamed of an epic romance, women who dreamed of going down in history. Watching how Walker sells an entire collection without even showing the models’ faces is unbelievable. The list of models that did a great job in bringing the mystery into the campaign includes Baylee Soles, Hollie May Saker, Kelsey Soles and Zoe Bedeaux. The models have been styled by Jacob K.
One of the most intimate details that Lanvin has always been famous for is, of course, lace. It’s not news, everyone knows how this fashion house uses lace the way sculptors use stone; they breathe life into it and make it a living phenomenon. Same goes for Lanvin; lace becomes alive on their runways and campaigns. The dresses radiate seduction, turning regular models into muses. What kind of a woman would say “no” to a Lanvin lace dress (in fact, you can use this factor when proposing; it works, proved and tested)?
Fur vests, see-through dresses, fitted black dresses, accessorized with tempting red on bags and shoes… It’s a new combination of mess and determination, a clumsy style covered in fur and fitted waists. This is the new Lanvin ad campaign for fall, encompassing the best moments you had during the runway show. Carrying some of the oldest traditions of the French fashion, Lanvin is undoubtedly today’s winner. Its catalogue should be your bedtime book, the board for inspiration and the direct result of a shopping mission. Enjoy your Lanvin, it brings good luck!
Photos courtesy of Lanvin
Lanvin’s come to us with a rather intriguing wedding dress line:Lanvin Blanche 2015 bridal collection. No gowns, no drop waists, no fit and flares… simply interesting dresses that keep us wondering who would wear such casual wear to their special day. Of course, there are always those who would rather go unconventional, throw in some color and really get rid of the pouf. There are dress shows on television, which show off a bride’s need for something more, something different, uniquely personal to her own personality. There are magazines, which cater to the ladies who prefer to take on their weddings with a twist. Lanvin loves these women and seems to prepare its designs accordingly.
“The most glamorous brides wear Lanvin” it appears. Or at least that is what the fashion lovers state. Perhaps they do, perhaps they do not. The fashion house’s new collection of wedding dresses are called Lanvin Blanche (“blanche” meaning “white” in French) and feature 8 different designs, each stated to be more glamorous than the last. Truthfully speaking, we do not find this to be so, but each woman has her own taste and perhaps there are those who do. In over 100 years they have made many pieces for weddings, of precious fabrics and lovely proportions with the most sophisticated of brides. They are made for the modern woman, the one who doesn’t need to feel like a princess from the history books but one who is comfortable in her own skin, feeling every day like a queen, even in the drabbest of clothes. These are the dresses for the lady in white, in red and black, the one who sees the world as is reality. We are seeing haute couture meet wedding style here, which comes in long hems and shorter ones, in Chantilly lace and washed silk satin, and that come in black ebony decorations and pure snow white skirts.
The collection includes handbags and shoes to match the dresses, one of which is shorter, above the knees, halter and cut outs around the shoulders. We see longer dresses with slits up the side, frills around the plunge in the back, a ribbon on the shoulders and short sleeves. Black Chantilly lace comes in handy in making interesting black and white wedding dress combinations with high necklines and thick straps. Lace falling to the floor that plays peekaboo with the skin underneath, the limbs barely peeking through, straps lacking and black ribbons around the neck. Silk and satin work well together, the lace version keeping to the more traditional lovers, while the styles in general rather have a flapper feel. For the more daring of the ladies, there is the mini dress with the spaghetti straps and the pearl collar with the black ribbons, bringing lace to a whole new level and Moulin Rouge to the wedding ceremony. Long and short, daring and conservative, everything combined, we see Lanvin giving us a bridal collection not seen elsewhere. It is most certainly a line-up for a rather specific type of bridal taste.
Photos courtesy of Lanvin
Oh Lanvin, you have done it again! You have managed to throw in a kaleidoscope of colors and somehow come out with an incredibly stylish collection that only can be the masterpiece of a man like Alber Elbaz. TheLanvin resort 2019 collectionis a line to die for and his tableaux vivants manner of presentation of his latest artistry and line-up proves his mettle in the world of pure fashion and style. Women’s clothing is forever evolving and this is one designer who can really keep with the times. With pictures as proof of the event showing off his works all over Instagram, Elbaz is once again the talk of the town. And boy do they talk a lot. Elbaz says “provocation is the way to exist” and we could not agree most. Though we can say what is existence is not necessarily living and provocation leads to really living a life worth living. As strange as it sounds, that makes both of us some rather interesting philosophers. What is real is always better than what is faked and that is exactly the message conveyed as women posed before Cyril Hatt’s fake paper cats, giraffes and even toilets.
For our resort wardrobe, if we take Elbaz’s word for it, it should be all about the colors and the prints, the accessories and the jewellery that are all out of this world. Bags can be big or small, maxi dresses can be scribbled with the Lanvin logo, while engineered stripes take over pretty mini dresses. It is a palette suited to the Saint Laurent brand, which is probably why we are drawn all the more to the sexiness that Lanvin is, now and forever. Black and white are keeping their track record and making it into the early 2019 months with ease it appears, Lanvin not being the only house to keep to the stark contrasts with such gusto. Ruffles and fringes that have been huge in 2015 also seem to translate well into the vacation-perfect line-up.
Shiny fabrics make the cut. Button-up skirts look incredible in purple especially. Greens in a few shades appear with gusto, while the reds help tone down the rest, as strange as it sounds. Big chunky jewellery is thrown over the necks, while it looks rather interesting with tassels on the ears. Total cowgirl looks, on the other hand, look great with the red versions of those ear pieces.
Suede and leather are most definitely the fabrics of choice, with the fringe trend really loved this time around for Lanvin. Single shoulder dresses, plunging necklines, wraparound style garments and prom queen sturdy dresses paired with bows and necklaces screaming love all over are interesting additions to Elbaz’s masterpieces of late. Layers, thick dark lipstick, wispy hair and prostitute looks without the garment giving in to that image keeps us thinking Yves Saint Laurent over and over again. There is something that totally screams street style and underground vibes about this collection and we can see it becoming a fast favourite for the youth.
Photos courtesy of Style.com
Alber Elbaz gives us a rather unique taste with theLanvin fall/winter 2015-2019 collectionthat is superbly sophisticated and all that one would have wanted to see during the year after the 125th anniversary of the brand that was founded by Jeanne Lanvin in 1889 after her beautiful clothing made for her own children became well known and coveted by women in high society. She began making clothes for the children, their mothers and then some of the biggest names in Europe, before joining the Syndicat de la Couture in 1909. She became one of the most influential designers of the ‘20s and ‘30s, known for her intricate lace trimmings, virtuoso embroideries, and beaded decorations in clear, light and floral colors. Lanvin is the oldest French fashion house still in operation. Alber Albaz has been the artistic director of all creative activities for the house since 2002 and still going strong, an Israeli fashion designer in his own right hailing from Casablanca, Morocco.
The Lanvin fall/winter 2015-2019 collection unveiled last night certainly put a spring in all of our steps and not just the Parisians, as Albaz used the nomadic inspirations from his Moroccan roots to bring some character into the designs. There was a certain seductive personality present here, with floppy fashionable hats and billowing gypsy dresses. There are gaucho layers and the knee high boots give the whole thing some verve and flair with their luxe patchwork and gold tarnish, the trousers tucked in neatly while the hems of the skirts spiralled with fringes. We saw large Tibetan-style blanket coats as well as molten prairie skirts while feathers were very much included throughout the line-up presented on the Paris Fashion Week runway. There were even a large amount of sequins that added a great amount of bling to the embroidered tunics, trousers, capes and caps at the end of the show.
“The idea was to start with something totally nomad and urbanize it,” stated Albaz. He opened with a boxy navy jacket over double red striped pants, the white top tucked in neatly and the knee high boots with tassels hanging from the center. It looked rather like a modern rendition of a Polo outfit. He brought us the latest in trends, with the high slits on the thighs and the plunging V shaped necklines, while his skirts were generally kept to a midi level. Moroccan inspired square constructions were a common sight throughout, including wrap skirts and simple tanks, trim jackets and lovely shifts. The materials were rich, the decorations lavish and 3D embroideries appeared on clean silhouettes. Lots of fringe and lots of feather, lots of pin stripes and many tops that showed off the braless figure were seen throughout. Beautiful gowns graced the runway, in solid chiffon and metallic jacquards. It was all chic and perfectly fashionable, with rarely an odd piece present. The Lavin brand definitely lived up to expectations as all those watching the show began making mental lists of all the pieces they would be adding to their closets, once they received their next paychecks.
Photos courtesy of Style.com
Elegant, graceful, chic… Without theLanvin spring/summer 2015 collectionParis Fashion Week spring 2015could be so boring and lifeless! Alber Elbaz presented dark elegance and romance for Lanvin’s 125th anniversary this year, marking a century and a quarter of a high fashion that shapes trends, tastes and personalities. It was BEAUTIFUL, remarkable… Words can’t define all the refinement and timeless chic the newest Lanvin spring 2015 collection comes imbued with. It only deserves admiration and millions of “wows”! Even the most capricious fashionisers are sure to fall in love with every single piece demonstrated in this collection, and with every tiny detail that has Lanvin imprinted all over.
The Lanvin spring/summer 2015 collection kicked off with a minimalist and simplistic style, one that we all love in fashion. There we saw monochrome straight floor-length dresses with modest side slits and such design elements, as one-shoulders, pins, oversized lacing applied to the long sleeves or stand-out belts putting the focus on the slim waistlines of the models. The colors varied from sassy blue and black to crisp white.
After this elegance, the lengths got shorter and we also started to see perfectly tailored classy trousers cut at different lengths and using different shapes and styles. Still the overall color palette and the monochrome feel were still kept in the same mood. Some of the short dresses were body-hugging, while ones were loose and came with side slits, however they all looked equally charming and classy. The following pants and straight skirts were matched with perfectly structured tuxedo jackets put in different shades (we certainly mean the same dark palette of black and blue, and some creams and whites and nothing else) and shapes, this way targeting various tastes and preferences.
With the development of the show we saw stunning illustrations of silk, used for designing slips-style dresses in various lengths, which still looked Lanvin-like chic and luxurious. The color palette also started to develop also bringing dark purple and burnt orange tones. A beautiful technique of draping, slits and cuts gave so much grace to those monochrome designs.
If you think it is all, remember about the number “125” and you’ll see the big diversity of intricate lace designs, each of which looked like a big masterpiece. Those were gorgeous color-blocked (meaning black and dark blue), patched and cut mini dresses, which were first straight and then started to take the full skirt forms too, being ideal cocktail attire options. Gradually, the designer injected some doses of patterns and shimmer into the collection, making it more special occasion worthy and exclusive.
Opulent jacquard materials were also used to emphasize the exquisite style and glamour of the famous French fashion house. The finale was as dramatic as the beginning, yet it was more drenched in shimmer, organza, imaginative patterns and curious color shades, ditching monochrome looks and simple straight lines.
All the looks demonstrated were complemented with peep-toe classy pumps, and some also featured lovely small clutches and classy bags. The models’ hair was sleek and the makeup was equally elegant, this way placing the entire focus on the meticulous designs that took our breath away.
The Lanvin spring/summer 2015 collection show is definitely one to be remembered and talked about long. It was marking the anniversary of the fashion house, at the same time adding another vibrant page to the impressive history of Lanvin!
Photos courtesy of Vogue UK
Lanvinhas always been one of those brands that keep coming up with new and fresh pieces and vibes all the time and the newestLanvin resort 2015 collectionis what the latest flight of imagination leads us to. Speaking about this collection, Alber Elbaz noted, “I’m not an editor, I’m just a designer,” and turning to the question of the main vibes and design interpretations, he also added, “You name it, we’ve got it.” The Lanvin resort 2015 collection, apart from being one of the most innovative and fabulous arrays, also marks the 125th anniversary of the brand, thus also carrying a symbolic meaning.
So if we are to speak about the main vibes and styles used in the Lanvin resort 2015 collection, we can speak about the retro vibes joint with the glam-rock inspiration of the ‘70s. Thus, passing to the in-detail scrutiny of the collection, the very first look we should speak about is the pink and ultra-minimalistic straight dress, the most eye-catching aspect about which is the plunge V-curve put on the front. The following option suggests a very impressive and memorable navy blue coat, combining this luxurious shade with golden hints and topping a shimmery sating jumpsuit of dark blue shade again featuring the plunge V-curve.
The following option suggests some impressive color combinations, joining the tones of golden, purple, black, and beige and finishing the combo with the animal-printed handbag. The composition made of gray shades and glittery details serves to create the ideal interpretation of the classic and modern motives. As for the relaxed and absolute retro combinations, we can speak about the duo of the relaxed white shirt and the super flare maxi skirt of black shade. A more practical option suggests matching the creamy sleeveless top adorned with lace details, paired with a knee length black skirt.
However the most interesting color combinations come with the tones of bright red matched with black and turned into absolutely stunning color contrasts used for both tops and pants and outerwear pieces looking no less effective. The furry design details and the feathery elements are also noteworthy. The pale pink accents and the further diversifications of the black and white color plays made of fabrics like satin can also be noted in the range of top impressive combinations.
Thus, all you need to do now is looking through the wonderful conglomeration of vibes suggested by the Lanvin resort 2015 collection and enrich your wardrobe with more creative and cooler pieces to amaze everyone and make a fresh statement about your personality!
Photos courtesy of WWD
One of the top flabbergasting and amazing fashion giants presents its brand new collection forParis Fashion Week fall 2014, encompassing the most incredible design patterns, we could ever imagine. Extravaganza is the say of theLanvin fall/winter 2014-2015 collection, made with the most breathtaking design details ever. The dark and enigmatic color palette and the sumptuous fabrics used here complete the ideal effect of this collection nicely. Also, we should note the creative and catchy pick of accessories, mainly well noticeable for the headwear.
So all that is imaginative and is ready to make you fall/winter season extravagant and different is in the Lanvin fall/winter 2014-2015 collection. This can be observed from the very first looks, in case of which see some nice fur details put as coats and jackets, and coming matched with such options as the ruffled and fringed skirts, having multiple fluttery layers at times and combining such trendy design patterns as the houndstooth pepita.
Fringes are the solution for an array of tweed outerwear garments, too, also combining the ethereal black and white patterns with each other, and being introduced with abstract and deconstructed forms at times. The minimalistic approach put in case of a luxurious leather dress with a strapless and floor length design is also quite noticeable for the effect it has. White and brown used for the following array of outerwear garments made of fur are also quite noteworthy.
The glittery finishes fringes later come accompanied with are quite significant, too, despite being actually, tiny elements. However, fur is the most important and the biggest hit of the looks, coming with the greatest proportions, used for outerwear garments, or just for adoring the other variants as collars or scarfs. The extravagant wide brim hats with some fringed finishes, the shimmery golden textures, and the warmer shades like red finish up the Lanvin fall/winter 2014-2015 collection, securing its place in the list of the most successful and curious collections of this year.
So don’t miss the chance to see just another reflection of how far human imagination can reach, and consider these pieces for the perfect looks of yours. The Lanvin fall/winter 2014-2015 collection can become your key to successful fall looks this year!
Photos courtesy of Vogue
Another flabbergasting collaboration has taken place just recently when a whole conglomeration of talents has united to create an amazing campaign for theLanvin spring/summer 2014 collection. The trio of the gorgeous blonde bombshells Julia Nobis, Laurie Harding andSasha Lussposes for the lenses of super talented and creative Steven Meisel in theLanvin spring/summer 2014 campaign. Guido Palau created the perfecthairstyles, while the spectacular pale makeup was brought closer to perfection by Pat McGrath. Alber Elbaz’s glittering brocade and lamé designs represent the next key to the blinding effect of this campaign. Finally, the praises for the awesome set design go to Mary Howard.
The result of this super fruitful teamwork has been presented with the images of this uber-dumbfounding campaign, presenting the collection from all the aspects and with all of the advantages it has. The images start with the representation of the sparkling purple, metallic blue and sumptuous golden pieces, put as jackets, dresses, and tops, and being the primary eye-catching part of the Lanvin spring/summer 2014 campaign images. Further, it’s the nice color plays of royal metals’ shades that catch our attention, being presented with a golden dress and a silver handbag, or a matching design of a shiny creamy dress and heels with a bow on the ankle strap.
The matching glittery accessories also adorned with jewels and some star themes are the following spectacular aspect of the Lanvin spring/summer 2014 campaign. So are the classy golden flats used with one of the combinations. The sweet pink shade for one of the pieces, and the stunning white suit are what Lanvin spring/summer 2014 campaign line is amazingly concluded with.
So saying Lanvin spring/summer 2014 campaign we first of all mean huge proportions of creativity and hard work, which has given birth to indeed fascinating and cool campaign images. That’s no news that if the talents sit around one table of common work and collaboration, the result is going to be a hit of great magnitude. And this campaign is the best proof!
Photos courtesy of Lanvin
Lanvinhits the show again with the uber flabbergastingLanvin pre-fall 2014 collection, made of all the incredible and at first sight incompatible details and drives, we could ever imagine. Alber Elbaz once more went to extreme lengths to demonstrate the full potential of his creativity and skillfully good eye for stylish combinations. The variety of drives, fabrics, and silhouettes that were opted for this time simply stuns us with its huge number and exclusive uniqueness. The types of the garments include all the possible variants from outerwear to skirts, tops, and pants.
Thus, one of the most memorable pieces of the Lanvin pre-fall 2014 collection we see among the photos is a relaxed and a bit ruffled long coat, which looks ideal with the super cool fedora hat carrying the retro touch and seeming so up-do-date at the same time. The manly touches appear right after as we see the cool array of combinations including wide-leg pants paired with tuxedo jackets, and extravagant hats again, or some military inspired coats with golden hints as buttons and other details on, some super effective ways of combining the vertical stripes for pants and jackets with fur elements, and so on.
Also, we may talk about the super nice ways of combining the colors, as it is in case of the grey jogging pants, the identically colored jacket and the stunning brown hat, or the dark green fluffy coat with the grayish handbag. The striking floor length dark green dress with ultra-relaxed shape and elbow-cropped sleeves is in the list of top dumbfounding options with the spectacular brown accessory matching it. The minimalistic design of the black tuxedo jacket with cream wide-leg pants and a cream top is also in the list. So is the absolutely wanna-have and a bit daring brownish grey shirtdress. The sleeveless knee length flare dress just can’t but also be noted among the most unforgettable looks.
We should definitely talk about the huge proportions of fur details applied to the garments, acting as coats, or just as covering elements for the outerwear. The use of classic red for to-die-for dresses is another key to success. So are the romantic and delicate designs, often finished up with some drapings and details like huge bows for skirts. Ultra-feminine shapes are what the Lanvin pre-fall 2014 collection is concluded with. Thus, Lanvin offers, in fact, a whole and comprehensive arsenal of garments, capable of making you the unforgettable fatal beauty of the party.
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