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Editorial

This was Lanvin’s first collection since the departure of Albert Elbaz. Now in the confident hands of Lucas Ossendrijver, who is celebrating his 10th year designing for the brand and demonstrating a lot of love in the clothes and especially the details. The clothes came alive on the body – neat blazers had visible basting stitches worn over thin vests, zipped blouses or fluid shirts were open over a bare chest, at times topped with fringed mesh, soft trousers were floor-skimming or leaner with turn-ups, paired with coloured spray-effect sneakers. An apparent relaxed feel in the lines, a sweater worn partly tucked in, did not betray the attention to detail, which was also represented by little keys or saws reproduced on jackets and knits, “Things you touch with your hands” like a beautiful suit.