Lanvin at 125

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A storied French house pioneered the concept of the lifestyle brand.SEE LIST BELOW FOR ALL OF THIS ISSUE'S ARTICLES

From This Issue

Lanvin's first handbag ad, for fall 2014.

Fashion Features

Lanvin Accessories: A Starring Role

Accessories continue to play a major part in the company’s growth.

clock September 25, 2014Paulina Szmydke

Lily Donaldson in the Lanvin spring 2005 campaign.

Marketing and Promotion

Lanvin: Staging Style in Advertising

Since its earliest days, the brand has capitalized on the values of the founder in its communications.

clock September 25, 2014Laure Guilbault

Alber Elbaz holds the brand's heritage in great esteem as he modernizes and moves it forward.

Fashion Features

Alber Elbaz: Keeper of the Lanvin Flame

Alber Elbaz holds the house’s heritage in great esteem as he modernizes and moves it forward.

clock September 25, 2014Miles Socha

Designer and Luxury

Palais Galliera to Stage Lanvin Retrospective

Here, the museum’s director, Olivier Saillard, talks about the designers who had the greatest impact on the house.

clock September 25, 2014WWD Staff

A 1936 ad for Lanvin's fragrance collection.


Lanvin’s Storied Fragrance History

Perfume has long been a key to the lifestyle concept perpetuated by the founder.

clock September 25, 2014Jennifer Weil

The bedroom in Jeanne Lanvin’s apartment.

Designer and Luxury

Jeanne Lanvin’s Lavish Lifestyle

A look at the designer’s exquisite 1925 apartment.

clock September 25, 2014Joelle Diderich

Lucas Ossendrijver


Building a Better Men’s Business at Lanvin

Lucas Ossendrijver bases his designs on fundamentals and fastidious tailoring.

clock September 25, 2014Paulina Szmydke

Sportswear 1938.

Designer and Luxury

A Legacy in Men’s Wear at Lanvin

For decades, suits — rather than frills, drapes or dresses — set the tone at Lanvin.

clock September 25, 2014Paulina Szmydke

Edmond Rostand in a ceremonial suit Lanvin made for him, 1901.

Fashion Features

Time Traveler: A History of Lanvin

Lanvin’s history spans three centuries.

clock September 25, 2014Joelle Diderich


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