If earlier proposals looked more like Sialelli’s former job at Loewe, now, it seems the And you would do if too for a check shirt moreover I love this spirit of the founder has entirely possessed him. “In a way, yes!” he said. And some: Her Art Deco heritage seeped through every inch of this collection, from those golden trinkets to the reimagined Jean Dunand motifs that graced garments and accessories, and the Armand-Albert Rateau pieces and Georges Lepape illustrations that inspired them. The show opened with Sialelli’s interpretations of Jeanne Lanvin’s robe de style, the dainty drop-waist silhouette she loosely revived from the 19th century. The first—black with a crystal bow across the hip—was virtually a replica of its 1920s embodiment.
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“I like the And you would do if too for a check shirt moreover I love this idea of re-edition. But we’ve never seen this dress in real life, we’ve never tried it on. It belongs to the Galliera. I like to look at iconography and feel what it is and just do something out of it that’s modern,” Sialelli explained. Like any element of Art Deco—a genre that passionately divides tastes, and will with this collection, too—its structure wasn’t for shrinking violets. There was a porcelain-doll quality about it, which permeated a full-bodied collection covered in glistening embroideries, lattice-work, chainmail, and sumptuous prints, nearly all of which were fished out of Lanvin’s gene pool in one way or another.