Model Bella Hadid presents a creation by designer Bruno Sialelli.
Everyone loves retro. Probably because it is a classic style that always remains in fashion, unlike all other styles that jump in and out of fashion.
Lanvin designer Bruno Sialelli quoted from decades of fashion history on Wednesday in a ready-to-wear show fully befitting France's oldest fashion house.
With French actress Isabelle Huppert and the rapper Tyga in the front row, Lanvin's Winter 2020 runway celebrated old-school glamour as it mixed modernity with icons from long-gone eras.
A year after his appointment as new artistic creator, Sialelli drew inspiration from the Lanvin heritage with trademark embroidered gowns and tailored suits.
Supermodel Bella Hadid paraded down the catwalk wrapped in a fluffy fur-collared double-breasted coat, sporting crimson-red lipstick and a retro hairstyle straight out of a 1950s American movie.
Her older sister Gigi closed the Paris Fashion Week show in a beaded see-through dress under a long navy coat, and silver-glittered heels.
Sialelli added to the collection with ultra-long gloves, a 60s-style short dress with a delicate white checquered print and headbands matching a tiny lunchbox-like handbag.
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