Multifaceted – British rising star Edie Campbell is the face of Lanvin’s fall advertisements, lensed by Steven Meisel. The dark-haired beauty transforms into six different yet all stylish women for the studio portraits. Each look is retro inspired with looks ranging from 1960s, Alfred Hitchcock-esque heroines to film noir divas.
Lanvin Resort – Lanvin creative director Alber Elbaz focused on looks for just about every occasion with the brand’s resort 2014 collection. With inspiration stemming from the Lanvin woman’s lifestyle, the transitional season offers a varied take on looks that go from day to night and in between. Resort sees a lot of embellishments covering rich jewel toned dresses or more girlish looks in the form of ballerina-inspired full tulle skirts. Adding to the adornment are rich brocades dipped in gold metallic hues. Elbaz also focuses on more understated dress with a few monochromatic looks evoking a cool minimal vibe.
In Your Eyes – Lanvin taps Australian beauty Montana Cox for its spring 2013 eyewear campaign. Lensed by Stephane Gallois (Tristan Godefroy), Montana exudes a sleek sophistication with red lips and her stylish frames. See Lanvin’s the ready-to-wear campaign here.
Spring Accents – For spring-summer 2013, Lanvin presents The Stiletto heel, the Oracle jewels and the Lanvin Partition bag. The French brand bridges the gap with modernism and classicism; creating Oracle jewelry made with two-tone gold and silver breastplates which are both smooth and hand-beaten, covering the nape and shoulders. The Partition bag is medium-sized; made of calf and highlighted with a serpent chain. Shoes for spring are stiletto heels made with a mix of metalwork and craftsmanship.
Black and White – Actress Emma Stone attended the New York premiere of her film, “The Croods”, on March 10th, 2013. The blonde beauty wore a black and white look from Lanvin’s pre-fall 2013 collection to the event.
Teenage Dream – Sixteen year-old actress Hailee Steinfeld nabs her first Canadian magazine cover with the March 2013 issue of Fashion. Hailee wears a dress from Lanvin and jewelry from Delfina Delettrez on the cover styled by Karla Welch. Inside the issue, the “True Grit” star opens up about having dinner with designer Miuccia Prada (Hailee was the star of Miu Miu’s fall 2011 campaign).
“We went out for dinner in Paris and she asked me to sit beside her. They cleared out the restaurant – she’s like royalty there. I didn’t want to say much because I just wanted to hear her. Listening to Miuccia’s stories was kind of magical. Being a part of her world, even if only for a moment, made me feel cooler.” / Photos by Mark Williams and Sara Hirakawa
The Morning After and the Night Before – For its spring 2013 campaign, French brand Lanvin taps leading models Karlie Kloss, Saskia de Brauw and Daria Strokous for a luxe outing set in the early morning hours. Captured by Steven Meisel, the girls are glamorous in the new season’s tailored and embellished styles with creative direction by Ronnie Newhouse and Stephen Wolstenholme. Check out the official campaign film under the cut which also features Lanvin creative director Alber Elbaz.
Blue and Gold – Aline Weber looks divine in Lanvin for the November cover of Vogue Mexico. Lensed by Nagi Sakai, the Brazilian stunner wears a pink lip and lush tresses in the gold detailed dress.
Linda – Linda Evangelista covers the November, 35th anniversary issue of Canada’s Fashion Magazine in a red Lanvin dress. The notably private Canadian supermodel opens up in the new issue, talking her workout routine, fashion photography and her family. The accompany shoot lensed by Pamela Hanson with styling by Tammy Ecksenwiller features minimally sharp looks. The November issue of Fashion hits newsstands on October 8th.
Pub Hiver – Adding stories to the interesting faces of Lanvin’s fall 2012 campaign, Steven Meisel captures this charming behind the scenes look at the shoot and the quirky personal identities of the group of 18-81 year old models that have captivated the fashion world. Celebrating 10 years with designer Alber Elbaz, Lanvin enlisted the help of make-up artist Pat McGrath, hair stylist Guido Palau, set designer Mary Howard and creative directors House and Holme, Ronnie Newhouse and Stephen Wolstenholme.