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NEW HOMME: Lanvin has given its men’s boutique on the Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré a makeover to reflect its more modern direction under the guidance of Alber Elbaz and designer Lucas Ossendrijver. Shoppers now enter the ground level to find Ossendrijver’s runway collection, merchandised in a white space on metal racks. Doing away with former dark wood paneling, the shop plays to a contemporary gallery mood — with a dose of Paris chic. On the second floor, Ossendrijver’s more sporty looks are on display, while on the third floor is the company’s traditional business suit department. The ultimate experience is reserved for the fourth level: a wood-paneled made-to-measure salon.

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