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Jeanne Lanvin Exposition

Jeanne Lanvin

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For the fashion fanatics: wait no longer to discover the exhibition Jeanne Lanvin at the Palais Galliera! To pay tribute to Jeanne Lanvin, founder of the Lanvin fashion house in 1889, the Palais Galliera and the Lanvin Heritage present nearly 100 creations demonstrating the know-how, elegance, and creativity of this milliner-turned-fashion star at the beginning of the 20th century. Hats off to the oldest currently active French fashion house! Enjoy, Parisianist

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10 Avenue Pierre 1er de Serbie, Rue de Galliera, 75016 Paris
Line 9 - Iéna / Alma-Marceau

Sunday : 10:00 am - 18:00 pm Sunday : 10:00 am - 18:00 pm
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Fashion, haute couture, and elegance: 3 words that, in a sense, define the city of Paris and Parisians. This is not surprising, considering the number of fashion houses in the French capital. The exhibition provides a glimpse into the life and work of Jeanne Lanvin, from the moment she opened her first boutique in 1889 until her death in July 1946. The creativity, know-how, and influences of Jeanne Lanvin are explored through around 100 designs gathered specifically for this exhibition by the Palais Galliera and the Lanvin Heritage.


The Jeanne Lanvin exhibition could have been a presentation of her designs according to chronological evolution. Fortunately, it is anything but. The progression is moving and the sight of these magnificent creations is the stuff of dreams. The dresses, exhibited on mannequins or laid out because of their fragility, are all dated during the lifetime of Jeanne Lanvin (1867-1946). The tricks of the mirrors allow you to appreciate the complexity of her pieces and the creativity of this key woman in fashion. The designs are a dialogue between Classicism and inspirations from the art deco trends of the time. You can also find designs for children, her daughter Marguerite having been a great source of inspiration, evening gowns and wedding gowns, as well as photos and objects related to Jeanne Lanvin.

Parisianist Fun Fact: The Lanvin logo, designed in 1924, was inspired by a photo taken of Jeanne and her daughter, Marguerite in 1907.

Jeanne Lanvin

Jeanne Lanvin got her start as a milliner in 1889, but quickly decided to open her own boutique in 1889. It was in 1893 that she opened her boutique on 22 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, which remains today the iconic address of the House. It was at the beginning of the 20th century that Jeanne Lanvin first released designs for children, as well as departments for bridal wear, lingerie, fur, and other branches in France and overseas. Her participation in World’s Fairs and International Expositions of Decorative Arts are well noted. The Lanvin House also became part of the very exclusive world of “Maisons de Couture” (Fashion Houses).


The exhibition takes place at the magnificent Palais Galliera, which gets its name from Marie Brignole de Sale, the duchess of Galliera, the initiator of the museum. Inaugurated in November 1895 in honor of the Industrial Art, the palace was initially a work meant for presenting the duchess’ art collection, but it was never did and the duchess never saw the finished palace.

Parisian Fun Fact: The metallic structure that supports the edifices was created by Gustave Eiffel in the same studios as those of the Eiffel Tower!


The exhibition Jeanne Lanvin is ideal for fans of the world of fashion and tailoring. The magnificent dresses will please those who can appreciate the details, research of beauty, and the sense of perfection. The life of Jeanne Lanvin, her creativity and her audacity are truly the factors that make this exhibit even more interesting. However, there are no eccentricities to be found like in the more modern creations that would interest everyone. Thus the exhibition only presents a few items that would interest someone who does not have any knowledge about the fashion world.

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