Lanvin, one of the two most prominent figures in the French fashion community in the early 20th century along with Coco Chanel, was inspired largely by rich European culture. She was inspired by stained glass from the medieval time to create her “Lanvin blue” color, which is a deep blue shade mixed with green. She also created “Lanvin touch,” her unique pattern that matches silver with black lines. The talented Jeanne Lanvin created a particular style a complete world of elegance and refinement. She loved culture, surrounding herself with artists and rising stars from many different fields, leaving behind an exceptional cultural legacy.
Lanvin has a well-established reputation outside France. The brand is a landmark of French luxury across all continents, both in fashion and accessories. This reputation is carried by the network of subsidiaries in Asia-Japan, China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Shanghai, the New York in US and also in Europe.