News & Analysis
18 December 2018
The New York Times
19 November 2018
The New York Times
30 August 2018
Jean-Philippe Hecquet joins Lanvin as its new chief executive, while Nina Ricci taps Rushemy Botter and Lisi Herrebrugh as creative directors.
Menswear - Autumn 2019
22 January 2018
As the masterful designs of Lucas Ossendrijver marched by, peeling off in layers of ‘night forest’ camouflage and British tailoring, all thought of Lanvin’s recent woes dissolved away.
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11 March 2016 • By Kate Abnett
30 October 2015
30 October 2015 • By Kati Chitrakorn
30 August 2015
In the second instalment of BoF’s fashion history series, we study the life of Jeanne Lanvin, the milliner turned mogul who outlived the competition. She built the longest-running fashion house in the world on cloche hats, feminine clothes and a fragrance which is still around to this day.
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