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Military Vibes At Lanvin Fall 2015 RTW

Some might say that mixing trends is a definite no no. However, if done correctly, one just might find ensemble perfection. That was very much the case at Lanvin’s Fall 2015 RTW collection.There were so many trends incorporated into the collection, it was slightly difficult to keep up. But nevertheless, it was a collection worth paying close attention to.

The show opened with striped trousers, paired with tasseled knee-length boots, and a cropped jacket. Billowy dresses were paired with russet-dyed furs, while fringed skirts were accessorized with velvet coats featuring more tassel detailing. There were evident signs of military, bohemian, 70’s glamour, and equestrian inspirations all thrown into the collection.

Honestly, I do not know how Creative Director, Alber Elbaz does it. He always manages to travel slightly further than anyone else is willing to go when it comes to his designs. Although unconventional, he never seems to disappoint. This time around is no different.

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