The Objects of Desire

PARIS…Once again Alber Elbaz delivered for the House of Lanvin. It was a collection that has that rare cache, sexy yet artful, containing a …


PARIS…Once again Alber Elbaz delivered for the House of Lanvin. It was a collection that has that rare cache, sexy yet artful, containing a high degree of lavish innovation, while remaining utterly wearable. Rendered mostly in a palette of grey and black, one-shouldered looks were ubiquitous, showing up in a black satin dress, a tiered grey number, and a loose blouse paired with a crisp black skirt–all of which were offset with heavy, chunky jewelry at the neck and wrists. If Paris Fashion Week was all about waiting for this collection to happen, the audience at Lanvin would gladly wait all over again.

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