Clean Lines and Crisp Tailoring Pave the Way for Lanvin’s SS23 Showcase

As Paris Fashion Week winds down, many trends have been spotted on runways throughout the season, and one, in particular, has been men’s tailoring. Lanvin’s Spring/Summer 2023 showcase presented a sophisticated, no-frills collection that honed in on clean lines and crisp tailoring.

Although Lanvin’s artistic director Bruno Sialelli displayed both men’s and women’s clothing on the runway, a vast majority of the collection highlighted sleek single-button suiting in a neutral color palette, along with shiny satin and silk fabrications.

Pants lengths hit just at the bottom of floral imbued, leather round-toe dress shoes for men and split-front leather booties for women. Denim was sleek and crafted in a dark indigo format with a full-leg and frontal creasing.

The middle of the collection provided bold pops of color, in blue, green and orange (in the form of shiny leather jackets). Graphic T-shirts with images of a clear shopping bag full of peaches, and a new mesh trainer, in an emerald green colorway (with a black rubber outsole), were also introduced in the collection.

Additional standouts include a shimmering sheer organza men’s suit elegantly worn under a white overcoat, followed by a string of women’s sheer fabric bucket hats on the runway.

In other fashion week news, Ib Kamara’s Off-White™ debut challenged societal notions for SS23.
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