Lanvin, the oldest French couture house established in 1889 by Jeanne Lanvin, just opened its second boutique in Beirut. The new boutique is located in Palladium 2 on Beirut’s Park Avenue Mina El Hosn and follows the opening of Lanvin’s first store for men last June. The brand now brings its exquisite femininity to Beirut.
“We are very happy about the opening of the women boutique in Beirut, a store that represents the LANVIN Women’s world in all its facets. Lebanese women are the archetype of glamour, sophistication and sensuality and this is what the LANVIN women is all about,” said Mr. Thierry Andretta, Lanvin’s Executive Vice President.
The launch witnessed glamorous VIPs and Beirut socialites mingle while admiring the beauty of the new boutique which featured artistic displays, brightly colored balloons and mannequins dressed in Lanvin style. Attendees were able to try on the latest Lanvin dresses from the Spring/Summer 2011 at the “tableaux vivants.” The photographs taken were then kept as souvenirs of the event in addition to a luxury notebook and pencil box.