The Lanvin Spring 2015 collection is a journey into the world of Alber Elbaz and the archives of Jeann Lanvin to celebrate women, mother, daughters as reflected by the Fashion Houses’s cast and logo.

Dresses revealing a new simplicity open the catwalk show, black kohl and Lanvin blue shadows follow tailoring paying tribute to bespoke menswear. Long, flowing skirts are worn on bare skin and stamped with accesnt of poppy, iris lily or pansy bouquets. The closing parade reveals prints and brocades inspired by Jeannae Lanvin’s dressing screeen created by Armand-Alber Rateau.

Alber Elbaz thus masterminds a collection full of references as rich as they are plentiful.