Lanvin

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Lanvin

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1889-

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Jeanne Lanvin began her business as a milliner and opened her first shop in Paris in 1889. She became a member of the Chambre Syndicale de la Couture in 1909. The menswear department opened in 1926 with the launch of a made-to-measure clothing line. It included tailoring alongside men's outfitting (shirts, ties, pyjamas, day and sports clothes).

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Company website
Joelle Diderich, 'Time Traveler: A History of Lanvin', WWD, 25 September 2014.

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