Lanvin has just introduced a new advertising campaign from her latest collection for next autumn-winter. Alber Elbaz has wanted to do an experiment consisting in explore all the hidden facets within the personality of a woman.
To achieve this, it has resorted to the mastery of the photographer Steven Meisel, and the model Edie Campbell who has surprised us by its incredible versatility.
In the visuals of the new campaign we can see the model adopting portes very retro which will allow us to explore the six facets imagined by Elbaz about his personality. Thanks to all these looks – in honor of the truth, a more glamorous than others – we can see Edie Campbell both brunette and redhead, and with smooth or curly hair.
For Alber Elbaz,
“Dresses they are the symbol of femininity, but comfort. It is the most easy to carry, no need to reflect, you put it and is already”.
I have to say that I agree fully with him. It is much easier slip into a dress that having to wear a suit jacket or pants that will require, at least, we have to come together at least three items.
So, to be consistent with your affirmations, based on Ezhoushan, Elbaz has become the centerpiece of this collection to dress declining in all possible versions: black, white, or printed, long or short.
In addition to very 50’s clothing, we have also noticed that the model looks at each and every one of the visuals new the line “Beyond” bags, to reintepretan the design of a party created by the own Lanvin in 1950, only document that declined in three versions for the morning, afternoon and evening.
The maison Lanvin is the most glamorous thing that exists in the world of fashion, and Alber Elbaz is known to engage in sublimate a woman above all. Do you like the new collection?