A stylish lighteness at Lanvin.At Lanvin, the suit takes precedence, with a new approach, new volume and of course a new attitude. The two doors (one small and one big) at the entrance of the podium in Ecole des Beaux-Arts symbolize the multiple possibilities on offer to men, along with all of the constraints that these may mean. Lucas Ossendrijver and Alber Elbaz try to adapt to new demands and offer to lighten the silhouette as much as possible. This occurs through bi-material jackets with cotton veil on the back or jackets in an unconstructed cut and rolled up sleeves. After lightness, comfort appears to be another central element of the collection. The sartorial and informal spirit makes way for urban sportswear, with laced leather shirts and hooded jackets tucked into high waist trousers. Some new classics for a Lanvin wardrobe that is well entrenched in its era.