Lanvin was wildly celebrated for picking "regular people" for their fall '12 campaign, but when we got to see each of the wildly diverse models chat about, well, whatever, we were even more taken with the concept. With voiceovers talking about anything from bands and frozen blueberries to missing bicycles, each of the models tell their own stories while showing off Lanvin's fall collection.
Laden with peplum dresses, fur-lined coats, and other gorgeous Alber Elbaz-created wintry wear, each individual poses with stop-motion photography while they tell their stories. The effect is humanizing, charming, and why we love Lanvin. Our favorite? "Eh...if I could be, I'd like to be, eh, say like, eh, James Bond!" Just check it out and see what we're talking about.
In the wake of the recent relaunches of old-school fashion brands like Schiaparelli, Vionnet, and Charles James, The Cut reports that another storied label is set to make a comeback: That mainstay of swinging '60s fashion, Courrèges.
André Courrèges was originally torn between a career as an architect or one as a read
It’s okay to admit it: You’re fascinated with J.Crew. The one-time catalog brand is a fashion label like no other. It exists in malls across America, supplying women with endless closet staples. It appears at New York Fashion Week with its own take on playful power dressing — one that’s quirky, tailored, and read