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.
Reality Show – Designer Alber Elbaz enlists photographer Steven Meisel to capture this unique Lanvin fall-winter 2012 campaign. Featuring a bevy of beautiful non-models, Meisel lenses the brand’s glamorous fall pieces against an equally lush studio backdrop for what might set a precedent in high fashion advertising.
Lanvin Goes Mobile – Parisian fashion house Lanvin is launching a new mobile website made for users on Smartphones and Tablets. The tech-savvy set will automatically be redirected towards this new website for a more intuitive experience including e-commerce, backstage images, video and the latest Lanvin news. The mobile site coincides with the recent launch of websites in Chinese, Japanese and Korean.
Lanvin Girl – Wearing a piece from Lanvin’s spring collection, Chinese model Shu Pei covers the May 26th edition of Spanish weekly magazine S Moda. Photographed by Kai Z Feng, the accompanying feature covers the emergence of China as one of the top fashion markets and Shu’s successful modeling career. / Styling by Isabel Moralejo
Lanvin Muse – Arizona Muse graces the cover of Vogue China’s May issue wearing jewelry and clothing from Lanvin’s spring collection and showing off a smile. This marks the American beauty’s first Vogue China cover.
The Perfect Ten – Marking ten years at Lanvin, creative director Alber Elbaz celebrated with some of his “greatest hits” for the label’s fall 2012 collection. From sculpted silhouettes to jewel encrusted garments, the new season certainly had a festive feeling with a showing of all skirts and dresses. Opening with vibrant jewel tones of electric blue, scarlet and canary yellow; body conscious silhouettes and luxe detailing such as dramatic ruffles, fur and lace accents dominated the runway. As the show progressed, the color palette became darker with inky blacks and dark metallic fabrics. Topped off with gloves and chunky jewelry, the Lanvin woman looks ready to party for the autumn.
Reflections on Lanvin – Embracing the runway show’s mystic elements, models Aymeline Valade, Marte Mei van Haaster and Othilia Simon are tapped for Lanvin’s spring 2012 campaign featuring snakes, mirrors and mystery. Photographed by Steven Meisel, the girls are joined by male models Aaron Vernon, Johannes Schulze and Angus Lowe at a dinner party setting. Spring is the season of danger with sharply tailored silhouettes, python prints and glittering accessories.
Dinner Party – Lanvin’s spring 2012 campaign takes to a dining room setting with models Aymeline Valade, Marte Mei van Haaster, Aaron Vernon and Angus Lowe. Captured by Steven Meisel, spring is a dark contrast to fall’s dancing beauties with snake accessories and a moody atmosphere.
Backstage at Lanvin – Lanvin offers a behind the scenes look at their spring 2012 runway show with appearances by designer Alber Elbaz and models such as Karlie Kloss, Ruby Aldridge, Josephine Skriver and Sui He. The exclusive atmosphere gets a gentle touch with backstage images and film.
Mysterious Glamour at Lanvin – Lanvin creative director Alber Elbaz once again worked his magic for the label’s spring 2012 collection with sharp cuts and airy fabrics. Feminine in shape yet darkly mysterious in palette and accessories, the Lanvin woman donned snake prints and decorative jewelry for the new season. Bringing a sense of contrast to slouchy pantsuits and strong shoulders, spring also featured crystal embellished dresses and jumpsuits.