For Lanvin’s Fall/Winter 2021 menswear collection, the focus is rooted in casual and streetwear, and it is based more on reality, besides dreams.
The creative director Bruno Sialelli took inspiration from Lanvin’s heritage and combined the elevation of the daily wardrobe with a new sense of classical luxury. There is an exchange and communication between interior and exterior, on the other hand, anterior, the heritage of Lanvin. This conversation is about the relationship between present and past, which brings us different perspectives and concepts of Lanvin man.
Echoing the Lanvin women’s Fall/Winter 2021 collection, this collection becomes in part a canvas for the work of the American pop artist James Rosenquist. There is a sparkle of pop culture meeting fashion, which evokes fragments of mass media billboards across the body.
This collection is unique and inspiring on the aspect of multi-culture, a conversation between homme and femme, similar but different, full of aura and charm. Here are some highlights:
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