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Lanvin Fall 2012

Feminine opulence pervaded the Lanvin Fall 2012 collection, and how gorgeous it was. Alber Elbaz's signature peplum and draping returned to his dresses, and weaved themselves unto outerwear and richly-hued furs as well. Then, the jewelry - fit for a queen, but sure to decorate the necks of fashionable girls everywhere next season. Our full review to come, but for now, click to see the entire Fall 2012 Lanvin collection - it's a beauty.
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