Lanvin

The oldest fashion house still in operation, Lanvin began when Jeanne Lanvin opened a millinery boutique in 1889. She quickly became known for her exquisite couture womenswear and in 1909, she joined the exclusive Syndicat de la Couture, cementing her reputation as one of Paris’s foremost couturiers. Lanvin’s heritage is now in more than 125 years of creation.

Director of menswear Lucas Ossendrijver creates a sophisticated yet relaxed aesthetic, drawing upon heritage and contemporary influences. The range features playful approaches to traditional tailoring, with block panelling, vibrant hues and graphic prints. Subtly refined finishes enhance the opulent fabrics of the Lanvin menswear.

The oldest fashion house still in operation, Lanvin began when Jeanne Lanvin opened a millinery boutique in 1889. She quickly became known for her exquisite couture womenswear and in 1909, she joined the exclusive Syndicat de la Couture, cementing her reputation as one of Paris’s foremost couturiers. Lanvin’s heritage is now in more than 125 years of creation.

Director of menswear Lucas Ossendrijver creates a sophisticated yet relaxed aesthetic, drawing upon heritage and contemporary influences. The range features playful approaches to traditional tailoring, with block panelling, vibrant hues and graphic prints. Subtly refined finishes enhance the opulent fabrics of the Lanvin menswear.