With Paris Fashion Week over, we take a look at five trends we saw from designers on the runway.
As Paris Fashion Week closes this week, we highlight the five top trends from the spring/summer presentations in the city of lights.
Bouchra Jarrar pulled off an impeccable debut Lanvin show at Paris fashion week despite the storm clouds still swirling around the troubled French label.
Seasonal changes are transformative but Paris Fashion Week this September is expected to reveal major creative shifts at some of the biggest names in fashion.
All eyes will be on Paris for the 2017 spring-summer shows as the first collections of Maria Grazia Chiuri, Anthony Vaccarello and Bouchra Jarrar debut.
It is the season to bring out those statement pieces that were created to keep you warm in the cold, cold winter.
If there is one thing to take away from the runways this season, it is that bigger is better when it comes to accessorizing.
Word on the street is that there is a notable designer in line to take the reins.
The rumor mill can stop churning on Alber Elbaz’s replacement. The new designer hails from Paris and will shutter her own line to focus on Lanvin…
From new designers to the game of musical chairs between established names, Paris Fashion Week is generating buzz way ahead of the shows, and beyond them.
Lanvin brings chic promiscuity into the world perfumery with its new fragrance.
Take a look at the designers and creative directors who will shape the fashion world next year.
After a 14-year partnership, the celebrated fashion designer Alber Elbaz is to quit Lanvin and this is sure to fire up rumors about who will succeed Raf Simons as Dior’s next artistic director.
The Palais Galliera, in close collaboration with Alber Elbaz, artistic director of Lanvin, is honouring the oldest French fashion house still in business.
From January 2015, Lanvin will offer the limited edition perfume “Marry Me Confettis.”
This week the new Fall/Winter 2014 men’s campaign was unveiled and the cast consists entirely of the family of model Edie Campbell.
Next season, LANVIN will launch an entire collection of men’s sneakers and running shoes, offered in a variety of different colors and materials.
Lanvin is celebrating its 125th anniversary at the same time as Mother’s Day in its home country, France.
Alber Elbaz took up ELLE International’s invitation to create his personal version of a festive table in a very Couture Lanvin style.
In a new video, Lanvin goes behind the scenes of its Resort 2014 campaign.