By most accounts, Lavin's Fall/Winter 2016 collection at Paris Fashion Week was a decidedly subtle affair. Clothes lacked the showmanship of a Thom Browne show and the charisma of a Dries Van Noten presentation. However, theatrics have never defined the brand. Lucas Ossendrijver's designs, which speak for themselves, are rustic and believable, and parlayed Lanvin's brand story of using antique motifs to deliver modern luxury.
Tattered accessories and aged-looking outerwear fulfilled this season's concept, which, more effectively than previous ones, managed to embody the values inherent to Lanvin, albeit in a more contemporary setting.
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