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LANVIN Opens Bal Harbour Store

LANVIN has opened a new store at Bal Harbour, marking a return to the upscale Florida shopping destination that has historically been an important presence for the house in the US.

Inspired by the recent New York Madison Avenue flagship created by Bernard Dubois – the architect of the new LANVIN store concept vocabulary combining Neoclassical and Art Deco elements. The 121 square metre boutique is designed by an in-house team, introducing the oldest continually operating French couture house’s harmonious blend of elegance and innovation to the northern tip of Miami Beach.

Contrasting exuberance and understated LANVIN chic-ultime in distinctive cream, sumptuous beige velvet drapes and 1930s French-designed furnishings feature. Clients are welcomed by two Art Deco-inspired counters familiar from the LANVIN New York Madison Avenue flagship here presented in a sleek, all-black finish. Reflecting a commitment to the contemporary, while honouring timeless design principles, the Fall/Winter 2023 and Edition Soir collections are offered – the latter a perennial capsule dedicated to cocktail and evening attire, the stylistic spine of the LANVIN maison.

By ML Staff. Images courtesy of LANVIN


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