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LANVIN S/S '18

OUT OF CHAOS



The Dutch designer Lucas Ossendrijver, who has been the creative director for Lanvin Homme since 2006, showcased a complexed collection of asymmetrical layerings for Spring Summer 2018. He took vintage suits from 1950s and mixed them up with sports references, on-trend baggy pants, hoodies and sneakers.

“I didn’t want anything too formal or too dressy. I think people should be at ease with what they wear nowadays, but still with an energy, with some kind of excitement,” Ossendrijver told WWD. “Even out of chaos, beautiful things can come.” He went on explaining: “It’s not chaotic, I think. It’s very varied, there’s lots of different propositions and options. I think that there’s a softness and poetry in there.”

The collection featured technical jackets and tops, in a palette of greys and blues. There were oversized blazers, trench coats paired with dress pants, loose double breasted jackets with retro rolled up sleeves were accessorized with belts and white streetwear sneakers. A sartorial Prince of Wales check jacket was fused into sportswear with geometric patterning on the shoulder, zips, studs, tassels and an exposed bright orange interior. Bright Cerulean blue gave a freshness to an inverted sartorial raincoat and made guests dream of the ocean.

The front row guests included French actors Reda Kateb and Corentin Fila, both dressed head to toe in Lanvin Homme.


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Written by: LUCY ALIMYAN
Visual Editor: OLGA SOROKINA


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