Embracing the qualities that have built its reputation, the oldest Parisian fashion house Lanvin has mastered the tradition of the wedding dress for over 100 years, since 1909.

The Lanvin Collection Blanche 2015 exposes a bride that wears precious fabrics of unprecedented volumes and proportions. Daisy guipure, washed silk satin or Chantilly lace underline long dresses magnifying the harmonious curves of her figure. A pseudo-classical vibe where the designer details bordering the collection’s different models are adorned in ebony black to set off the virginal white of her attire.

The climax of these celebrations is a long, vestal dress, with a low draped back, exalting the virgin’s sensuality with gracious revelation of her leg.

A long, sculptured dress in guipure, embroidered with black lace at the waist and hem of its long skirt, dictates its airy volumes for a bride just waiting to take flight. The collection also features a little bubble hem dress with feather-look cut thread, narrow straps and a bow over the bride’s bodice.A Minimalist, a short bustier dress is adorned at the bust with a graphic white bow, lined with black. A long, twenties-style dress wears pleats as a real sign of its modernity, whilst a T-shirt style dress hides its casual look behind exception cutting work and the superimposition of gorgeous fabrics.