French Dressing


By Max Berlinger

With his new men's boutique, Lanvin designer Lucas Ossendrijver steps into the spotlight.

His directive was simply to “propose a contemporary wardrobe.” However, the designer couldn’t foresee how successful his stamp on the brand -- the way he would impart a rakish but sporty ease into traditionally stuffy formalwear -- would prove to be. The fruits of his labor are best exemplified by Lanvin’s new three-story men’s stand-alone flagship­ -- which opened this fall in a townhouse on Manhattan’s Upper East Side -- the first in the U.S.

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