Lanvin is always one of my favorite shows in Paris, that's why I'm always excited that Alber Elbaz's collection is one of the first ones I see during Fashion Week in Paris. His collection is stunningly dual as always, romantic, but also tough, over the top and practical at the same time. He is one of those designers that make us dream and exclaim in awe as his collection is unveiled, "Fashion should be a factory of dreams. It's time to go back to intuition. We need to be touched."
I was indeed touched by all the fabulous wool and fur coats, the spiral-cut tweeds, the "Angelina Jolie's leg" moment, the asymmetric black wool dress, the chocolate brown and black sleeveless fur coat, the perfectly fitted olive trench coat, the beaded midnight blue satin dress, the black leather knee-length pleated dresses, the two skirt-suits with wool panels on the front, the black and white floral knee-length flare dress, and of course the black mini-dress towards the end of the show. Here is my selection of the most interesting looks from the runway: