See the Lanvin Autumn/Winter 2017 Menswear collection as it appeared on the runway at Paris Fashion Week:
One of the many talents Lucas Ossendrijver has – apart from designing one of the most attractive tailored wardrobe of the decade – is to create outstanding pieces, drawing inspiration in the many realities that surround us. For the Autumn/Winter 2017 fashion show, the Lanvin models were seen sporting deconstructed ensembles and nailing the art of layering.
For Lanvin, Ossendrijver decided to clash styles and statements. A grungy vibe was surrounding the whole show, thanks to oversized outerwear pieces mixed with checked shirt and even with a tie and dye effect, found on a pair of baggy trousers. Indeed, the first scarf that literally read ‘Nothing’, was an accurate illustration of that state of mind. Cropped sweaters, capes or zipped suede jackets with fringes were also part of that Lanvin reality. Here comes the collection we at PAUSE couldn’t wait to see.
Check the photos below: