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Transcript of Jeanne Lanvin
of Lanvin. Born January 1st 1867, Paris.
The Oldest of 11 children, Jeanne Lanvin became an apprentice milliner at Madame Félix in Paris at the age of 16.
In 1895, Jeanne married her first husband, Count Emilio di Pietro
August 31st 1897 Jeanne Lanvin gave birth to her only child, she would become Lanvin’s muse and model for early designs.
“She sewed to dazzle her daughter, and in doing so she dazzled the world.”
The label’s logo was based on a drawing by Lanvin of the bond between mother and daughter.
Lanvin made such beautiful clothes for her daughter that they began to attract the attention of a number of wealthy friends who requested copies for their own children. Soon Lanvin was creating dresses for their mothers and by the time she opened her first millinery boutique, some of the most elite women in Europe. Key Fashion Moments Lanvin became known for her mother and daughter outfits and elegant robes de style based on traditional 18th century designs.
in 1908 a child apparel department was created in Lanvin’s millinery store. And in 1909 departments for young ladies and women were opened in Lanvin’s boutique. In this year Jeanne Lanvin joined the Syndicat de la Couture, which marked her formal status as a couturière and her entry into the world of luxury fashion.
1911 saw the first known Lanvin wedding gown created for the Summer Lanvin collection.
In 1913, Lanvin created her famous ‘robes de style’ based on traditional 18th century pannier designs. These cinch waisted, full-skirted dresses remained popular for many years and pre-empted the New Look made famous by Christian Dior. The style was repeated throughout the ensuing twenty years in a variety of fabrics.
in 1914 Lanvin made a move into exotic eveningwear. Influenced by styles from the Far East, Lanvin used sumptuous velvets and satin. During the 1920s Lanvin populised the simple Chemise dress
Jeanne Lanvin opened her own dye factory in 1923 in the city of Nanterre to produce her carefully selected colour pallet; this of course included ‘Lanvin blue’.
1924 the company created Lanvin Parfums, She was one of the first couturiers to establish a perfume business.
During World War II, Lanvin created a split coat, designed to be worn while cycling, and brightly coloured felt gas mask cases. During the liberation, Lanvin presented shows to American soldiers.On 6th July 1946 Jeanne Lanvin died leaving her daughter in charge of the Lanvin empire. Marguerite died twelve years after her beloved mother.in 1993 the house of Lanvin decided to concentrate solely on ready-to-wear. in August 2001, Lanvin, the oldest fashion house still in operation Lanvin did not drape or sketch her ideas but rather gave verbal instructions to a team of sketchers. Although her Art Déco embroideries continued far into the 1930s, Jeanne’s inspiration came from many periods of art to fruit, gardens, museums, travel, and costume collections. Her clothing was easily recognisable from her masterful use of embellishment. Lanvin travelled the world, listing her discoveries and inspiration in a ‘fabric library’. Coptic and Chinese embroideries, textiles and images from Japan and Persia, all were catalogued and injected back into contemporary fashion with the skill of an artist. Signature's Sources #1:http://anniesfashionbreak.blogspot.com/2012/03/lets-look-back-jeanne-lanvin.html
10:http://theredlist.fr/wiki-2-23-1185-1188-view-epure-profile-jeanne-lanvin-2.html Jeanne Lanvin was famous for creating the unfitted, chemise-style flapper dress. She first designed the loose, flowing dress for her little daughter, and when its freshness and simplicity was admired by women of all ages, she adapted the design for adults. Lanvin was also known for using beautiful, subtle pinks and blues that were inspired by her own magnificent collection of oil paintings. Her House of Lanvin, the oldest of all Paris fashion houses, set the standard for fashion in the 1920s. Her fashion house is the oldest fashion house still in existence worldwide. It has been selling clothing for over a century. Since its creation, Lanvin’s fashion line, titled Lanvin, has advanced the high fashion industry. Her line became the first to dress the entire family when she introduced a men’s line in 1926. The line continued to innovate the industry as it brought luxurious French fashion to the general public in a recent collaboration with the clothing store H&M. Lanvin clothing became available in 200 H&M locations worldwide on November 20, 2010 marking one of the most anticipated fashion events of the year. Spring 2013 Ready-to-Wear
Paris Lanvin Alber Elbaz artistic director Lanvin was the first designer to envision fashion as a lifestyle; she saw her creations not as individual pieces but as part of a whole dynamic that encompassed interior decoration, perfume, lingerie, sportswear and menswear. Lanvin became one of the most important and influential designers of the 1920s and 1930s, known for her modern and global approach to the fashion industry she is credited as inspiration for designers. By dreaming big and starting young, Jeanne Lanvin took her tremendous talent from a street corner in Paris to a worldwide empire. Her impact on the fashion industry continues long past her death and her designs continue to influence fashion greats Fashion Royalty