By  on June 30, 2008

PARIS — Alber Elbaz's rejuvenation of Lanvin is spreading further into the men's department, with a new-look store coming to London's Savile Row this fall.

The 1,600-square-foot boutique at 30-32 Savile Row, the heart of Britain's bespoke men's wear, will replace an outmoded unit on New Bond Street. The store will showcase the French brand's runway collection, its classic 15 Faubourg line plus made-to-measure, a pillar of Lanvin's men's wear business since the Twenties.

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