For some time Lanvin has shown interest in the world of comics, Bruno Salielli, the Creative Director, had in fact introduced the stories of the baby Babar in the winter collection for men and women. For the summer season 2020 he chooses instead the adventures in the world of dreams of Little Nemo, created by the pencil of Winsor McCay in 1905 and considered by fans as a jewel of the history of comics. The prints of the child who yawns during the day and live incredible adventures at night invade the Lanvin wardrobe for both him and her. Dresses, shirts and skirts, Bermudas, tops, T-shirts and scarves for the most consistent part of the collection. The classic blue and white stripes proposed on maxi sweaters and cropped trousers, crunchy cotton caftans and bi-material toga / peplum dresses with sequin decorations break off marinating incursions. It continues with 60's coats with a maxi collar, boxy sleeves with petal-like flaps, masculine tailored suits for her also slightly oversized, all baggy jeans for him too, pinstriped cotton suits on a white base, a mix between plaid and workwear. Long microplissette dresses with American neckline and edges decorated with wave motifs for her, colored checkered Bermuda suits also for him with a patterned print T-shirt. The most present accessory, in addition to the jap-inspired flip-flop sandals for her, is The north-west or south-west waxed hat is a waterproof hat with a large back brim, used by sailors on fishing vessels. The Lanvin squad therefore explores nature, the world of dreams and perhaps even the sea, in an exercise of lightness and good humor.