French designer Bruno Sialelli worked in the open air in Lanvin, the oldest French fashion house still in operation, the first parade to arrive at the Cluny Museum in Paris.
Gigi Hadid and Kaia Gerber, the two daughters of Cindy Crawford, presented pieces inspired by the street style and boho chic (bohemian and hippie impact mix) at the weekly Paris loan. to wear in the fall-winter Put in the spring, the decisive colors – yellow, pink, light blue, green linden – especially for a house known for small black dresses.
The Italian actress, Asian Argento, was the head of the "MeToo" movement, founded in 1889 by Jeanne Lanvin, and star designer Alber Elbaz came out in 2015 after 14 years. years of control
"It must be strong, it must be," Bruno Sialelli, 31, appeared behind the scenes.
– "Fabulous start" –
The collection is very rich in print and detail, such as leather shoes, printed silk stitches, striped saddlebags, handbags and long-sleeved handbags.
With tuned leather bows, tuned tunics are white and white tunnels that are male and female with large warmth at the neck.
Male sweaters Babar represents the elephant literature for children and youth created by Cécile de Brunhoff, by Jean de Brunhoff. Indeed, "Growing up with Babar is a very touching element for all French people" and very relaxing, "says the creator.
Printed female face was inspired by the Cluny museum selected. "Thinking about this medieval world, we created a kind goddess, a priest for manga-style youth", he added.
"What a wonderful outing!" Enthused Suzy Menkes, Fashion Critics' Dean Instagram.
In a talk with Le Figaro, on Wednesday, Bruno Sialelli paid homage to Jeanne Lanvini, inspired by "cuts and graphics" in the Middle Ages and inspired by the business model of the home "Nowadays, she works" to spread the audience ", the woman, wearing a sports center "…
The nature of this parade is "plural": "We build bridges between genres, the concept of appearance, characters, products." "This house has a legitimacy that offers something more than an afternoon afternoon. Lanvin is imagining a fake color dress or gold and black dancers and jewels."
Unfamiliar to the general public, at the age of 16, when he designed the French designer, Marseilla's Opera dressmaker, he previously worked on collections of men from Loewe (LVMH), including Balenciaga, Acne, Studios in women's collections, and Paco Rabanne.
Lanvin found it "attractive to verify the evolution of the male and female universe" (…) when the boundaries between luxurious industry genres blurred. "
The houses, which suffered great financial difficulties, were picked up by China's Fosun Chinese in 2018.
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