Video: Olivier Lapidus' Debut Collection As Creative Director Of Lanvin
In July, Olivier Lapidus, known in the fashion world as "French Michael Kors", was named the successor of Bukhra Jarrar as creative director of Lanvin. His predecessor spent only 16 months at the head of the House. How long her successor will be at the helm is still unknown. It all depends on whether he will be able to return the Lanvin House to commercial success - it is known that he has suffered huge losses since the management of the brand of Bukhra Jarrar's predecessor Albert Elbaz, when Lapidus was engaged in men's collections in Balmain and headed the family fashion house, where he worked in the format release of capsule collections.
Lapidus made his debut today as creative director of Lanvin at Paris Fashion Week Spring-Summer 2018. The designer had only 42 days to work, during which he managed to study the archives of the founder of the House and compose a collection based on her work of 34 sets in the style of the French 80 -x. Moving away from cinematic lighting and lush draperies, he presented audiences with a range of variations on the classic satin lapel tuxedo, balloon cocktail dresses, and floor-length evening pieces with lush buds instead of sleeves. “I wanted to reflect the DNA of Ms. Lanwan's brand, but present it in a new way,” the designer commented on his work. A word for the critics.
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