PFW: Lanvin Autumn/Winter 2010

Lanvin’s creative director Alber Elbaz clad the models in his beige and black masterpieces before sending them down the runway with pouty lips and long black hair. This collection was a delicate balance of minimalist design with a sort of edgy tribal embellishment. The looks were luxurious but with a slight sinister edge. The black mixed in with a beautiful nude beige made it modern and made the viewer drawn to the design of the garment rather then any outlandish pattern or colour. It  was all very focused and well planned.

One of my favourite looks was the opening piece which featured fur sleeves, built into a belted beige dress and teamed with towering dark brown platforms. There was great deal of juxtaposition on show too - sporty designs (think tracksuit pants) were given a lux makeover with out of the ordinary needlework. It was a show that gave a hopefulness to the fashion industry with regards to the direct in which fashion is taking - that the future for fashion is still bright.


LANVIN Accessories

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  1. amazing, I love the black hair. these clothes are beautiful


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