One of the oldest and indeed most iconic fashion houses in the world, ultra-feminine Lanvin is synonymous with jewel tones and spectacular drapery.
Lanvin’s roots reach back as far as 1909, when its founder Jeanne Lanvin marked her start as a couturière by joining the Syndicat de la Couture. Soon afterwards Jeanne began making clothes for the wealthiest women in Europe and the rest is fabulous fashion history. Since 2001 Alber Elbaz has helmed the creative team as Lanvin’s Artistic Director, reinterpreting the house’s signatures for a contemporary context.
There’s something very crisp about Lanvin Spring/Summer ’16 – something clean, classic and inherently elegant. Our buyers and editors have whipped mytheresa.com HQ into a frenzy with obsessive talk about the smart shirting and refined drapery. That's not to say that we don't love the more outrageous pieces though! We've spotted party options aplenty among the bedazzled, brightly coloured and graffiti-printed cocktail dresses.