The celebration of Lanvin’s 125th anniversary continues in its Spring / Summer 2015 advertising campaign photographed by Tim Walker. The mother and daughter at the center of the Lanvin logo provide the inspiration for the new campaign, which celebrates the strength of familial connection. To that end iconic models including Pat Cleveland are pictured with their daughters. Anna Cleveland and mother Pat, then bring to lustrous life this fundamental relationship immortalized in the house’s graphic logo. “I like that the campaign doesn’t only have images, it has a story,” Lanvin creative director Alber Elbaz said speaking with WWD. “Every time we do a family shoot, it feels like we’re going to their place: We feel like visitors.”

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Credits include: Client, Lanvin; Campaign, Women’s Ready-To-Wear Spring / Summer 2015; Design, Alber Elbaz; Photography, Tim Walker; Creative direction, Ronnie Cooke Newhouse, Stephen Wolstenholme at House + Holme; Hair, Julien d’Ys; Makeup, Val Garland; Set design, Emma Roach.

Anna Cleveland with mother Pat Cleveland for Lanvin Spring / Summer 2015 (Photography: Tim Walker)

Anna Cleveland with mother Pat Cleveland for Lanvin Spring / Summer 2015 (Photography: Tim Walker)