Donatella Versace Paints the Town... Italian Accent... Lanvin Looks Back...

Donatella Versace breezed into New York to kick off Art Unites, a special initiative the fashion house developed with the Whitney.

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A FAMILY AFFAIR: Lanvin has chosen a mother-daughter theme for its 120th anniversary line of hand-painted porcelain figurines in honor of founder Jeanne Lanvin, who was famous for her mother-and-daughter outfits. The limited edition collection, the third in an annual series of figurines, features seven Lanvin-clad mother-and-daughter characters in festive poses, such as a mother tying a red ribbon in her daughter’s hair. A range of anniversary Lanvin products will also hit stores at the end of November, including music boxes, paperweights, notebooks and embroidered T-shirts — all splattered with hearts and anniversary wishes. A repackaged version of the brand’s Arpege scent will also be released for the holiday season — not forgetting a honeymoon getaway suitcase filled with a Lanvin sarong, beach sandals and a white towel embroidered with the word “love.”


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