5 posts tagged lanvin
Around the Office: Amy Synnott-D’Annibale’s Shoe Basket
Amy Synnott-D’Annibale, InStyle Executive Editor, has amassed a pretty extensive shoe collection in her office. Tucked underneath her desk is a basket brimming with lust-worthy designer heels (think: Valentino, Jimmy Choo, Christian Louboutin and Lanvin—to name a few) in leopard print, snakeskin and more. Shoe envy!
Last year, when Emma Stone stepped onto the Golden Globes red carpet in Lanvin, one thought ran through my mind: “I need that belt!” The eagle-embellished cincher was the definite standout on the actress’s two-tone column, but the design would have just as much impact with more casual ensembles. So when I spied the label’s latest wild thing, I fell in love all over again. The crystal-studded tiger buckle is just as fierce as Ms. Stone’s style and will arrive just in time for me to wear (sans gown) the evening of the 2013 Golden Globes! Get the scoop on Lanvin’s belt!
—Randy Miller, Associate Editor
I’ve always doubted that I’d be the type of bride to change into a second dress after her ceremony, until I spotted this hot little number. For the walk down the aisle I’d go long and elegant, then turn up the heat at the reception in Lanvin’s ruffled LWD. I’d dance the night away in my Parisian design and even if the party lasts past dawn, I’m sticking with this dress. Click here to see the price of this ruffled frock!
—Randy Miller, Assistant Editor
Disco may be dead but, thanks to Lanvin, gold lamé is alive and well. These high-waisted stunners are just begging to go out for a night of dancing. Pair them with a sexy black top and midnight-hued shoes and break out your best moves to show off the eye-catching molten fabric.
—Bronwyn Barnes, Entertainment Editor
From Ireylis Asencio:
I’m obsessed with these neon pink heels. I think they’re perfect for this season because of the eye-catching color. You can combine them casually with jeans or more elegantly with a cocktail dress!