Lanvin Goes Back In Time And Looks To The Future With New Collection

Lanvin Goes Back In Time And Looks To The Future With New Collection

Lanvin Goes Back In Time And Looks To The Future With New Collection

Lanvin travels to decades past and redefines the luxury fashion house's origins while embodying present day thematic elements.

Lanvin travels to decades past and redefines the luxury fashion house's origins while embodying present day thematic elements.

Text: Natalia Finnis-Smart

Lanvin's Fall/Winter 2022/23 collection by Bruno Sialelli salutes the essence of anomaly, fashion's incongruity, and how these differing elements embody Jean Lanvin's artistry. These juxtapositions become apparent within the collection's garments as they entail gentle to fierce, dark to light, and sentimentality to contemporary aspects, existent throughout. Its tapered silhouettes, definite shoulder designs, formalwear embroideries, silk laces, velvet textiles and more come together to reflect the Lanvin legacy in an evolutionary manner that highlights Jean Lanvin's quintessence as she transported through fashion's archives when designing such as how her robe de style adopted capacious 18th century fashions.

The women's and menswear collection takes influence cinema's explosion throughout the Interwar era, a time where creativity and development had a significant impact on the luxury fashion house. In honor of this period, the collection debuts with a film short attributing to signature Film Noir viewable here and contains endless motifs about the distinctions between mediums like dark and light along with overall themes connected to reflection. Its handbags and accessories in an ongoing partnerships with Judith Leiber became emboldened Art Deco's neoteric nature and the latter with Ancient Egypt. This abstraction specifically showcases itself through the collection's redefined handbags.

Explore looks from Lanvin Fall/Winter 2022/23 collection below.

Credits: IMAGES COURTESY OF LANVIN

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