List of products by brand LANVIN
1889 JEANNE LANVIN
The history of the Lanvin house begins in 1889 in a small hat shop in the heart of Paris.
When Jeanne Lanvin opened her first hat shop in 1889 at the 16 rue Boissy d'Anglas, she had just turned 18 and was just finishing her apprenticeship.
Four years later, it's the consecration. Step-by-step Jeanne Lanvin got her Fashion house that bears her name, and she moved in the prestigious rue de Faubourg Saint-Honoré
The success was instantaneous and Parisians flock to « Lanvin (Miss Jeanne) Modes ».
1897 THE WOMAN AND THE CHILD
The birth of her daughter Marguerite in 1897 will turn upside down the destiny of Jeanne Lanvin.
Between Jeanne and her daughter a fusional relationship was born. Marguerite becomes her muse and Jeanne draws her a little girl's wardrobe in sumptuous fabrics. The elegant Marguerite is quickly noticed by the mothers of her friends who become new customers of the Lanvin House.
Since this new success, and the fact that she became a wise businesswoman, Jeanne Lanvin created a collection for child in 1908 and she dedicated an entire space of her shop to this new flourishing activity.
1915 LANVIN AND THE WORLD
Being one of the most respected Parisian fashion houses wasn’t enough for Jeanne Lanvin who, started in 1915 to conquer the world.
Despite the war, the Lanvin House participated in 1915 in the World Expo in San Francisco. Thirteen French fashion houses, including Paquin, Doucet, Callot Sisters and Worth, it represent the rise of haute couture and its international influence. The success of this exhibition allows Jeanne Lanvin to make a lasting impression in the United States.
1926 THE LANVIN MAN
Nothing escapes the discernment of Jeanne Lanvin, who will be the first Parisian seamstress to embark on the creation of a line of custom-made clothing for men in 1926.
When Lanvin Tailleur-Blouse moved to 15 rue du Faubourg Saint-Honore, Maison Lanvin was the only one in Paris to offer two worlds for men and women. Costumes, ties, pajamas, daywear and sportswear: to satisfy her male clientele, Jeanne Lanvin uses three great French tailors and entrusts the direction of the department to her nephew Maurice Lanvin.
1946 LANVIN AFTER JEANNE
On July 6, 1946, Jeanne Lanvin died peacefully at the age of 79. Jeanne, the milliner, the seamstress, the decorator, "Madame" as her staff called her, leaves behind her an empire.
When Jeanne Lanvin passed away, her daughter Marie-Blanche became president of the Maison and continued to design the collections until 1950. Several creators succeeded her with the ambition of keeping intact the know-how, the state of mind and the excellence of the House.
Claude Montana, Dominique Morlotti or Alber Elbaz, so many talents who have known Lanvin style through the ages and make the Lanvin House the oldest French fashion house still in business.
There are 19 products.
Gray and dark blue cross-trainer in fishnet and calf leather, ton-on-tone stitching, contrast laces, 100% calf leather lining and TPU two-tone sport sole.The casual style of basketball "Cross-Trainer" embodies the successful successful encounter between elegance and sportswear. Fine mesh, metallic effect and contrasting laces, it provides a fashion and...
Light gray and dark gray cross-trainer in fishnet and calfskin, ton-on-tone stitching, contrast laces, 100% calf leather lining and TPU two-tone sport sole.The casual style of "Cross-Trainer" basketball embodies the successful encounter between elegance and sportswear. Fine mesh, metallic effect and contrasting laces, it provides a fashion and casual look.
Ice Blue low-top sneakers in velvet calfskin, horseback edge and nappa calfskin toe, dark blue lining 100% calf leather and exclusive sole in white rubber. Iconic and timeless model of the Lanvin man wardrobe, the sneaker is reinvented every season. Classic yet casual, this sneaker offers a contemporary and modern look.