BIG IDEAS | Lanvin Dolls



What a doll! Coinciding with the debut of Lanvin children’s collection, the oldest fashion house in France is launching a line of dolls to raise money for Dessine l’espoir, a charity for women in African living with HIV. Handmade by a group of HIV-positive women in Swaziland,the limited-edition dolls (priced at $350) are decked out in mini replicas of Lanvin’s girls’ dresses. The matchy-match dolls and the Lanvin childrenswear collection hit stores in November.



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