This Lanvin navy and white shirt dress in a graphic op-art print will make a fun addition to a modern wardrobe. An easy everyday piece, the loose cut can be cinched in at the waist with the fabric matched belt while the collar and buttons on the front and cuffs also make the dress a great option for the office.
Jeanne Lanvin established the house of Lanvin in 1890 as a milliner, however by 1909 the clothing she designed for her daughter was proving so popular that she embarked upon women’s wear. A leading light in Parisian haute couture, Jeanne Lanvin died in 1946 and the house of Lanvin has seen Antonio Castillo, Herve Leger and Claude Montana as its Creative Directors before Alber Elbaz took to the helm in 2002.
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