Lanvin has unveiled its Fall 2024 collection, which showcases its spirit of le chic ultime and the enduring sophistication of its heritage.

The collection draws inspiration from Nancy Cunard, the English writer, heiress and patron of couturiers and the arts, who was a contemporary and a friend of Jeanne Lanvin. Cunard was a rebel and an activist, who fought for racial and social justice in 1920s and 30s Paris. She was also a style icon, who mixed masculine tailoring and bohemian flair, and wore striking accessories such as the bangles that influenced sculptor Constantin Brancusi. She was also a supporter of the arts, who founded her own modernist publisher, The Hours Press, and promoted emerging talents such as Samuel Beckett.

Lanvin translates Cunard’s wardrobe into a youthful and energetic collection that reflects how we dress today. The collection features sharp tailoring and elegant sportswear for day, and grain de poudre tuxedos for night. The accessories, which include an expanding leather goods offer, formal shoes and sneakers, channel a discreet refinement and a unique luxury.

The collection also celebrates the individuals and clients around the world who inhabit the universe of Lanvin, a storied maison that is always looking forward. Their nature is to give substance to style, to insist on nothing less.

Check out the collection below: