Lanvin Spring 2015: A Lesson in Elegance

Joanna Elizabeth


Published September 25, 2014


Lanvin Spring 2015–Celebrating the brand’s 125th anniversary, Lanvin creative director Alber Elbaz created a spring-summer 2015 collection which honored not only women, but also the house’s heritage. Wearable yet glamorous chic clothing has become the staple of Lanvin under Elbaz’s tenure, and this season was no exception. From monotone dresses with fluid shapes that drape the feminine form to rich brocades and embellished jackets—all the looks were luxe yet made for a woman to wear in her everyday life. The cast reflected the Lanvin spirit of grownup womanly style with 90s icons Audrey Marney, Amber Valletta, Malgosia Bela and Kirsten Owen hitting the catwalk.

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