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Perfume has long been a key to the lifestyle concept perpetuated by the founder.
For decades, suits — rather than frills, drapes or dresses — set the tone at Lanvin.
Lucas Ossendrijver bases his designs on fundamentals and fastidious tailoring.
Since its earliest days, the brand has capitalized on the values of the founder in its communications.
Accessories continue to play a major part in the company’s growth.
A look at the designer’s exquisite 1925 apartment.
Alber Elbaz holds the house’s heritage in great esteem as he modernizes and moves it forward.
Here, the museum’s director, Olivier Saillard, talks about the designers who had the greatest impact on the house.
Lanvin’s history spans three centuries.
The Italian fashion label has opened the first directly-operated store carrying its primary men’s, women's and accessories lines in Rio de Janeiro.
WWD went behind the scenes at the spring show.
Buyers walking the aisles of four trade shows in New York earlier this month found newness in fabrications and some styling, but no major trends.
$10 million in financing from Silicon Valley Bank boosts capital structure.
The 16,500-square-foot, two-level store, opens Wednesday at 100 Bloor Street West in Toronto, a block from Holt’s Bloor Street flagship.