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Another farewell for Lanvin’s creative director

Another farewell to Lanvin's creative director

Lanvin has announced the departure of its menswear creative director, Lucas Ossendrijver, adding to a turbulent few years for the French label.

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Appointed under the mentorship of former creative director Alber Elbaz, Dutch designer Ossendrijver served as the creative chief of the 129-year-old brand’s menswear department for 14 years.

Elbaz, creative director of Lanvin’s women’s wear since 2001, left the house in October 2015 after falling out with majority shareholder Shaw-Lan Wang over the direction of the brand.

In February this year, Wang sold the title to Chinese conglomerate Fosun International.

SEE ALSO : Fosun International reportedly acquires Lanvin

French designer Bouchra Jarrar, who was Elbaz’s replacement, left Lanvin after just 16 months before her successor, Olivier Lapidus, stepped down after only eight months.

Bruno Sialelli, former head of Loewe menswear, is reported to the front runner to replace Ossendrijver.

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