Catwalk Report: Lanvin S/S 2010

Do you hear that? That is the inner screaming of women around the globe frantically trying to get their hands on one of Lanvin beautifully sleek Spring/Summer 2010 dresses. Lavin is back this year and are fuelling our needs for the chic and extra sleek Parisian feel of these trademark off the shoulder and one shoulder dresses. The most luxurious blacks to the warm peaches and grey. Alber Elbaz brought out a technically as well as visually stunning collection , his designs ranged from plenty of layering and ruffles to bright coloured draping , the show opened with a draped ruffle collar dress in black with a satin sash belt.The show then progresses with some draping in pastel colours in nude and mandarin , and ruffle balloon sleeves in pink.
A surprise silk black one-shoulder jump suit cropped in during the show and for one i love it even if it lacks lots of creativity. The simplest things in fashion are often the most successful. This piece will be absolutely flying off racks!
There may have been one jumpsuit success for Lanvin but following it there was a flop with the garish looking tastled and sparkling gold one. This was followed by a gold and silver tastled dress to accompany.
I was not surprised about the amount of draping in this show but i was disapointed. Lanvin but known for draping and has rarely changed from that. The most beautiful piece in my opinion was an ankle length black silk dress with a large leg slit revealing the left leg. this number is classy and solphisticate while still being oh-so sexy with the leg slit and one shoulder. The dress was worn with cream t bar shoes.

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