What better opportunity to pay tribute to the creativity of Jeanne Lanvin ... Bruno Sialelli, appointed artistic director of the brand in January 2019 (after having been in charge of Loewe's male lines) celebrates the anniversary of the oldest house in style couture collection with the 130th Anniversary capsule. This is made up of a mini-collection called Reissue and composed of three exceptional pieces signed Jeanne Lanvin: the Guilhem day set of Art Deco inspiration (dated winter 1920, reissued in 18 copies), the silk crepe blouse and golden sequins (dated summer 1927, reissued in 18 copies) and the Minuit coat in Bakelite embroidery (dated summer 1936, reissued in 13 copies). Certainly one of the most beautiful tributes that Bruno Sialelli could make, since none of these models has been modified - never seen in the fashion world. Each piece will be offered with its numbered card, as well as a photograph of the original models and drawings. In parallel, Bruno Sialelli has carefully chosen a few details unearthed from the brand's archives, such as an Asian-inspired print from the 1920s, the drawing of the “Angel” from the late 1930s, the golden cap of the Arpège perfume. , the original “Jeanne Lanvin” logo, and much more. They adorn long jersey dresses, T-shirts, jeans ... In total, 1,000 fashion pieces and 800 accessories are to be discovered without further delay on the brand's website.