Opting for a season of classics for his latest showing, Lanvin creative director Lucas Ossendrijver had a simple purpose at hand. Bring subtle shifts of modernity to luxurious staples while highlighting the Lanvin man in an iconic stetson. Ready to take the plunge with bungee cords as the key accent, Lanvin’s man hit the carpeted catwalk with a solemn demeanor and endless cool. Taking in the fine details, Ossendrijver energized menswear essentials with volume and an attention to lines. For the easy knit, a dropped asymmetrical line made the standby fresh again, while trousers took on a life of their own with smooth billowing silhouettes. Meanwhile, oversize coats boasted concealed buttons and raw edges. Employing sheen fabrics and a chic bow-tie, the Lanvin man was ready for a fine evening out when not utilizing other technical fabrics for the spontaneous outdoor excursion. One part elegance and another adventure, Ossendrijver’s fall collection came together with a well executed vision for a contemporary take on the classics with Lanvin’s signature style.