The new Lanvin boutique recently opened on Rodeo Drive; and now we’re taking you on a tour inside the fashion haven. The retail locale consists of Art Deco architectural design with an essence of 1930s and 1940s décor glamour paired down by playful trinkets (i.e. playing card sets, sprinkles of animal print accents, and delicate porcelain dolls). Design hotspots include a colorful shoe wall, chic glass display fixtures, small clusters of lounge furnishings, and last but not least, a secluded Made-To-Measure nook located at the end of a mirrored corridor. Various Lanvin collections can found, such as women’s, men’s, swim, accessories, and even the bridal collection, Blanche.
“By combining expert tailoring with a whimsical touch, this French brand is perfect for any classic California girl.” – Nicole Pollard, fashion entrepreneurial genius responsible for the exclusive personal shopping and lifestyle concierge service LalaLuxe
“The mood of the space fuses old Hollywood decadence with Parisian simplicity…” – Erin Magner, fashion editor at Angeleno Magazine
Lanvin’s dramatic drapery mixed with a badass advertisement attitude has pushed the label to the top of the list in several circles. Famous for their Red Carpet worthy evening gowns, year after year we find the brand at various Hollywood awards shows. Other U.S. locations include Miami, Las Vegas, and New York.
World-renowned designer, Alber Elbaz has worked with Geoffrey Beene, Guy Laroche, and Yves Saint Laurent in the past but has worked with Lanvin since 2001. Not only is Elbaz loved by fashion followers, he is also highly supported by both his fellow designers (won Council of Fashion Designers (CFDA) International Award in 2005) as well as his country (named Chevalier of the French Legion d’Honneur in 2007).
LANVIN is located at 260 North Rodeo Drive, Beverly Hills, CA 90210, 310.402.0580