On our minds: Oldest – and best?

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by adakallgren on 20 March, 2015

We want to go to the Alber Elbaz-curated exhibition on Jeanne Lanvin at Palais Galliera in Paris.

On our minds is the Alber Elbaz-curated exhibition on Jeanne Lanvin at Palais Galliera in Paris which launched the other week. Lanvin is the oldest French fashion house still in business and the showcase pays tribute to its founder and her diverse and thorough expression at the epicentrum of couture. Shaped by Jeanne’s extensive travels around the world, the Lanvin aesthetic is a rich mix of historic and contemporary global culture confined into the walls of a fashion house. Images from Lanvin’s exquisite AW15 collection, praised by Tim Blanks as one of Elbaz’s strongest for the legendary heritage label as of yet. More here and here.

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