Parisian Luxury : Introducing Lanvin
Founded by Jeanne Lanvin way back in 1889 and one of the oldest French fashion houses still in existence, we are more than pleased to welcome Lanvin to our roster. Known for their impeccable quality, precise craftsmanship and far-reaching influences, the Parisian based outfit, slot themselves seamlessly alongside our vast offering of high-end luxury brand’s. With Bruno Sialell recently taking over the reigns as head designer in 2019, Lanvin are thriving from a decisive shift to a more youthful direction, combining playful graphic branding and more laidback aesthetics, such as retro sportswear, with high-quality materials and opulent detailing.
Arriving just in time for AW20, not only do we have what we’re sure will be the first of many clothing based arrivals but a host of notable footwear silhouettes, such as non-other than the brand’s hyper-relevant Bumper Sneakers. Taking their design inspiration from ’70s running footwear, the pairing employ a selection of carefully curated fabrics such as calfskin leather and breathable mesh alongside exaggerated proportions to deliver a unique twist on the classic formula.
Continuing the athletic theme, Lanvin’s Low Top Clay Trainers, borrow characteristics from atypical tennis footwear, whilst the brand’s DBB1 trainers utilise a sleeker outer face and more refined elements, such as a cap toe accent, for an effortlessly suave and sophisticated approach. If you’re a fan of trainers put together with an extra pinch of opulence, you’re certainly in the right place.
Read our Lanvin Brand Guide to find out more.