Deliciously Nonchalant Spring Summer 2014 Ad Campaign by Lanvin

Deliciously Nonchalant Spring Summer 2014 Ad Campaign by Lanvin

With a contrast setting between the black color of the background and the white color of the table, Lanvin’s golds, Turquoise, pinks and reds are revealed in the French fashion house’ Spring Summer 2014 campaign lensed by photographer Steven Meisel. Gracing the figures of gorgeous blondes and male models who embrace a nonchalant attitude, the luxurious garments are truly shining through in the elegant and extraordinary style Lanvin is greatly celebrated for.

As the pictorials portray three platinum-blond haired women surrounding a white desk accessorized with Lanvin’s best and most exquisite props, the new campaign shows that blondes are taking on the high fashion life, which perfectly matched with the glamorous party wear of the Lanvin Spring Summer 2014 collection.

Throughout the campaign, the girls glam up in iridescent dresses of Alber Elbaz’s glittering brocade and lamé designs with barely-there makeup and almost-white, sleek, sulking, kind of soggy locks. Images show them while posing in front of the camera and sitting at the table, enlightened by shiny fabrics.

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As for Lanvin’s menswear Spring Summer 2014 campaign, everything is all about suiting up. While enjoying a meeting without purpose in a dark and mystic environment, the male models are showing off sporty chic designs of Lanvin men’s designer Lucas Ossendrijver with their black shades signed the French brand, a style we would like to call ‘a business man gone chic’. Whites, blacks and blues come together to capture that luxurious Lanvin mode throughout generously cheek-boned models.

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