Founded in 1889, Lanvin is considered to be one of the oldest French couture houses. Following the birth of her daughter Marguerite in 1897, Jeanne Lanvin drew on her maternal love as a powerful source of inspiration. Lanvin blue, the bow, daisy and woman-and-child logo became codes in their own right. The brand presents an appealing delicate, poetic and understated style. Jeanne Lanvin continued to pay homage to her only child until her first fragrance in 1927: Arpège, which marked the 30th birthday of music-loving Marguerite. Inseparable from the brand’s history, Lanvin fragrances share the timeless chic of Jeanne Lanvin’s Couture, enhanced with ultra-contemporary creativity.
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