Lanvin Pre-Fall 2014 Collection

Lanvin hits the show again with the uber flabbergasting Lanvin pre-fall 2014 collection, made of all the incredible and at first sight incompatible details and drives, we could ever imagine. Alber Elbaz once more went to extreme lengths to demonstrate the full potential of his creativity and skillfully good eye for stylish combinations. The variety of drives, fabrics, and silhouettes that were opted for this time simply stuns us with its huge number and exclusive uniqueness. The types of the garments include all the possible variants from outerwear to skirts, tops, and pants.

Lanvin Pre-Fall 2014 Collection


Thus, one of the most memorable pieces of the Lanvin pre-fall 2014 collection we see among the photos is a relaxed and a bit ruffled long coat, which looks ideal with the super cool fedora hat carrying the retro touch and seeming so up-do-date at the same time. The manly touches appear right after as we see the cool array of combinations including wide-leg pants paired with tuxedo jackets, and extravagant hats again, or some military inspired coats with golden hints as buttons and other details on, some super effective ways of combining the vertical stripes for pants and jackets with fur elements, and so on.
Also, we may talk about the super nice ways of combining the colors, as it is in case of the grey jogging pants, the identically colored jacket and the stunning brown hat, or the dark green fluffy coat with the grayish handbag. The striking floor length dark green dress with ultra-relaxed shape and elbow-cropped sleeves is in the list of top dumbfounding options with the spectacular brown accessory matching it. The minimalistic design of the black tuxedo jacket with cream wide-leg pants and a cream top is also in the list. So is the absolutely wanna-have and a bit daring brownish grey shirtdress. The sleeveless knee length flare dress just can’t but also be noted among the most unforgettable looks.

Lanvin Pre-Fall 2014 Collection

Lanvin Pre-Fall 2014 Collection

Lanvin Pre-Fall 2014 Collection
We should definitely talk about the huge proportions of fur details applied to the garments, acting as coats, or just as covering elements for the outerwear. The use of classic red for to-die-for dresses is another key to success. So are the romantic and delicate designs, often finished up with some drapings and details like huge bows for skirts. Ultra-feminine shapes are what the Lanvin pre-fall 2014 collection is concluded with. Thus, Lanvin offers, in fact, a whole and comprehensive arsenal of garments, capable of making you the unforgettable fatal beauty of the party.

Lanvin Pre-Fall 2014 Collection

Lanvin Pre-Fall 2014 Collection

Lanvin Pre-Fall 2014 Collection

Photos courtesy of WWD

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