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In 1889 the milliner Jeanne Lanvin opened her fashion house and coiffed the most stylish Parisians. When her daughter Marguerite was born in 1897 she created a stunning wardrobe for girls and invented fashion for children. Immediately successful, it led to the opening of her “children’s attire” department in 1908. The Lanvin style grew up with Marguerite and became a couture house for girls and ladies in 1909. Wedding dresses, furs, sportswear, perfume, menswear… Symbol of a French luxury empire, the greatest designers have taken turns holding the reigns of Lanvin. Discover the new Lanvin line for children.