LANVIN spring 2015 PFW
Amber Valletta, Audrey Marnay, and Violetta Sanchez walked Lanvin’s usual exquisite grandeur as the house of Lanvin celebrated their 125th anniversary at PFW for Spring 2015. With an established and timeless air, the ambiance was maturely serene- the arraying silks, danseuse type dresses, expert cuts, and sexy type gowns interpreted the house of Lanvin elegantly.
A newfound special love for Elbaz, whom our editor Brigitte met the night of the FIT gala a few months ago, where he presented an award for Linda Fargo this year. He did nothing short of woo her with his humble fame and comfortable lack of pretentiousness. It is safe to say that these pieces are the absolute quintessence of feminism and conviction for the type of woman that all of us should aspire to be. The pieces translated nicely on familiar favorite Binx Walton and Edie Campbell.
Classics meet rising stars in Paris with models from Elbaz’s past displaying variations of classic Lanvin. The force of the house of Lanvin as well as Alber Elbaz continues to flourish right in front of our eyes. Gorgeous slit silk gowns worn gracefully by an array of mature aged women. Delicate openings, staples, buttons, interesting belts and angular cuts made humble and gentle pieces flair with the gorgeous taste of Lanvin. Alber Elbaz identifies the feminine mystique in twilight colored designs at PFW as true reverence for the historical and known brand the is the house of Lanvin. LANVIN spring 2015 PFW selects by Brigitte Segura, written by Elisa Jardines.