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The Book of Lanvin

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Alber Elbaz is not only one of the most influential fashion designers, but he is also the creative soul mate of legendary Lanvin for 10 years. Here we have the very first writing experience of Elbaz. The designer has recently launched his very first book entitled Lanvin.

The book consisting of 688 pages brings you to the story of one of the label’s collections’ design process. Are you interested in stepping into the Lanvin’s fashion kitchen!

Alber Elbaz, Lanvin’ in son on yıldır büyük başarılara imza atmayı başarabilen önemli moda tasarımcısı olmasının yanında kimliğine yeni bir sıfat ekliyor. Ünlü tasarımcı, Lanvin adını verdiği kitabında ilk yazarlık denemesine imza atıyor.
688 sayfadan oluşan kitapta, markanın koleksiyonlarından birinin baştan sona yaratılma hikayesine ev sahipliği yapan kitap, her anlamda keyifli bir moda yolculuğuna bilet kesiyor.

Hakan Karaosman

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Author: hakankaraosman

Hakan Karaosman is a sustainability management professional and a Ph.D researcher with international experience in sustainability reporting, business improvement, and sustainability strategy. Previously, he worked as a consultant to companies in various industries for their Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP), and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) reports. He holds BSc. in Environmental Engineering, MBA, and MSc. in Management in Engineering of Energy and Environment, a joint master degree funded by the EU, and hosted by KTH (Sweden), EMN (France), and UPM (Spain). He is currently pursuing his Ph.D. studies in European Doctorate in Industrial Management, a double degree program funded by the European Commission. His driven focus is towards sustainability integration in the fashion industry.

3 thoughts on “The Book of Lanvin

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