The 13th Century Musée de Cluny hosts the first women's and men's collection designed by Bruno Sialelli for Lanvin's house, which sublimates the Parisian famous heritage Maison in the midst of its own renaissance. As the first true life supplier, Lanvin includes a prismatic vision of fashion. Think about life and
Times by our founder Jeanne Lanvin, penetrate a vital optimism this respectful development – recognizes Maison as a florilegium of creative energy. Collection of a folklore spirit, Fall Fall 2019 collection from Rue Saint-Honoré to Brest falls far and far, reminiscent of cinematic and literary personalities throughout history.
Reviving Lanvin's playful story in a symphony of romantic archetypes, Sialelli draws on a variety of moods: from nautical to bucolic, regal to childish, the collection gathers lyrical talks in fabric. Pre-Raphaelite colors differ from Lanvin's quattrocento & # 39; blue to powdery shades of avocado, absinthe, banana and bergamot heated by mahogany, navy blue, tomato and an ultraviolet bottle. Inviting clean comfort and a series of casual chores, classic shapes split with sensual fabrications,
like Norwegian blankets, exotic Fair Isles and giant clan tartans swaddle themselves French garments. "Whole garments" knit creates sinister volumes shaped in cashmere and lurex, while vareuse from Brittany, the heart neck, zipped blousons and riding clothing are made in cashmere, gabardine, intarsia shearling or wool gazar.
Passes from myths to modern fairy tales, graphics flicker from the Paul Iribes logo La femme et l & # 39; enfant (1924) on stamped muslin for mosaic monogram pajamas and delicate daisy micro bloom. Due to Céciles and Jean de Brunhoff's Babar Elephant books, scenes of crewneck twins and foulard riding boots are illustrated, while tufted hares and foxes frolic over transparent tulle. Sensitive and in perfect symmetry, shaped necks and contoured sleeves give blouses or dresses with a medieval line, because the scrolling pressure of illuminated manuscripts is written wide across
silk twill. Faded Merovingian gloss is woven throughout, from gilded leather amulets and dipped rings to st. George's dragon that is lovely on embroidered velvet.
Voluminous caftan gowns track with bandages from inside out, layered with ribbons of lace, plated satin and portrait print georgette.
Lanvin's museum is adorned with abandoned, top-to-toe ornament with heraldic charm jewelry and porcelain chokers, fruit Minaudiere and Salome wedges in Vienna metalworks. Grounding of the season's mysterious vision, deductions, flat and asymmetric bucket bags are made of smooth suede, canvas and calfskin that match fringed tennis shoes, adorned clogs and cast moccasin boots.