Wilfried Lantoine Paris Fashion Week SS18
Wilfried Lantoine continued to pay homage to the diversity of Parisian women with his COLLECTION 4, Spring/Summer 2018 collection.
By drawing inspiration from the diversity inherent to different districts of Paris and different generations of “Parisiennes,” Wilfried Lantoine offered a reinterpretation of the key pieces that shaped the French “garde robe” such as the trench or the mariniere. A nod to the past to look toward the future.
Wilfried Lantoine: Paris Fashion Week SS18
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(Photos: Justino Esteves)
With his new collection, Wilfried Lantoine tells the story of the new Paris, where multiculturalism mixes with classicism, resulting in a generation filled with contradictions and novelty.
Lantoine tells the story of the new Paris of multiculturalism
Key pieces include limited edition, one-of-a-kind numbered trench coats made out of recycled materials and a reinterpretation of the classic mariniere embroidered with song’s titles from Maud Geffray’s last album, a DJ with whom Lantoine collaborates with on this collection.
Wilfried graduated from the National School of Visual Arts of La Cambre in Brussels before building up his skills working for Balenciaga, Matthew Williamson, Alexander McQueen, and Nina Ricci.
Special thank you to Plan8, Outlevel PR, and the entire team at Le Progres.