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Lanvin

Penguin Random House, Inc.

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Author(s):

Dean Merceron; contributions by Alber Elbaz and Harold Koda

Format:

hardcover

Page count:

370

Size:

9.8" x 2" x 12.7"

ISBN:

978-0-8478-2953-8

Imprint:

Rizzoli

Why We Love This

The House of Lanvin evolved from the creative force and remarkable energy of an extraordinary woman, Jeanne Lanvin. Lanvin is the oldest surviving couture house, in near-continuous existence, from 1909 through today. At the heart of this book are key collections from 1909 through 1946, the year of Lanvin’s death.

Why We Love This

The House of Lanvin evolved from the creative force and remarkable energy of an extraordinary woman, Jeanne Lanvin. Lanvin is the oldest surviving couture house, in near-continuous existence, from 1909 through today. At the heart of this book are key collections from 1909 through 1946, the year of Lanvin’s death.

About Penguin Random House, Inc.

Founded in 1927, Random House is the largest general interest trade book publisher in the world, publishing travel guides, classic literature, children's and young adult books, and today's best sellers.