"I wanted things to have a lived-in feel – like it belongs to you – not squeaky new," said menswear designer Lucas Ossendrijver. "I like the idea that things aren't perfect." And this Spring/Summer 16 collection for Lanvin certainly does feel pre-loved, an effect skilfully brought into play through deliberate oversizing, fraying edges and crude obviously stitched-up details. Nonetheless there is a uniqueness and a luxury infused into this lived-in lineup. 

Seeped in effortless cool, the collection remained close to the themes of recent collections, most notably through the dark hues employed by Elbaz and Ossendrijver. Silhouettes employed some vintage touches such as high waisted pants and smooth satin jackets. Discover the collection in full via our gallery below...