Today I have for you an overview of the Lanvin Fall 2020 Ready-to-Wear collection. I really liked the cuts and patterns from this collection, so I decided that there could be a review on the blog. In this collection you will find a lot of pleats, especially in flimsy dresses, as well as classic cuts. My favorite from this collection is a beige coat with a black piping at the buttons and a navy blue coat with unusual (for coats) sleeves. Such a sleeve is most often seen in women's shirts.
And now some information about history. Lanvin is a French fashion house that was founded by Jeanne Lanvin in 1889. In 1990, the fashion house was taken over by the Orcofi group, and in 2001 sold l'Oréal.
Enjoy the photos and get inspired. You can see the entire Lanvin Fall 2020 Ready-to-Wear collection on the site Vogue.
Jil Sander has been watching with great interest for some time. I am not sure yet whether these projects in 100% appeal to me, but the Pre-Fall 2020 collection made a huge impression on me. I have prepared for you a review of this collection, from which I selected the most interesting projects.
Jil Sander's designs are full of simplicity and class. These are classics in which it will always look good. The Pre-Fall 2020 collection reproduces Viennese patterns that have been used in projects in original proportions and colors. It makes them really special. Anyway, see for yourself and see for yourself that this collection, despite its great simplicity, is truly magical. I think you should also watch Jil Sander because these projects have something special. Other Jil Sander designs from the Pre-Fall 2020 collection can be found at Vogue.com. And to move for a moment to a little warmer places, see the collection Self-Portrait Resort 2020. Photos for this collection are really great!
Many women are afraid to wear hats because they think they look bad in them. I thought so too for a long time, and finally discovered what it was. You need to choose the right hat cut for both your style and figure. Too big a hat for a short person will make it look comical (and not mysterious, as she initially wanted). It is true that I wear hats only in the summer (in winter I usually reach for a beret with pearls, and in extremely low temperatures for Emu ear muffs), but I say firmly YES for hats.
I am delighted with this pattern. I love the combination of black and white. With this original pattern, it creates a really interesting composition.