Men's Spring Collections 2012

Lanvin

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Front Row at Lanvin

Frédéric Anton

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  • Frédéric Anton
  • Theophilus London

Front Row at Lanvin

Pastries and flavored coffees awaited guests at Lanvin men’s show on Sunday, and chef Frédéric Anton gave his nod of approval.

PIECE OF CAKE: Pastries and flavored coffees awaited guests at Lanvin men’s show on Sunday, and chef Frédéric Anton, one of the judges on French TV show “MasterChef,” gave his nod of approval. “The muffin was good, it was moist. You can tell it’s been baked this morning and not something that has been reheated,” he pronounced. Anton, who has earned three Michelin stars at his restaurant Pré Catelan, is preparing to release a book of cake recipes in the fall.

Theophilus London, who next month releases his new album, “Timez Are Weird These Days,” as well as a shoe he designed for Cole Haan, said he’s also been working on a line of blazers that he’ll wear on stage. “There’s a lot of gold hardware, with gold buttons running up the sleeves,” he said, adding that he plans to launch a line of blazers in stores on a limited basis.

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