LANVIN revisits a cult classic from the house’s archives: the LANVIN Ballerina.

The ballet slipper, originally conceived by Charles Didelot in the late 18th century, symbolizes French elegance and entered fashion in the mid-20th century. LANVIN's iconic Ballerina gained cult status in the 2000s, now revisited as part of the brand's heritage.

LANVIN's new Ballerina merges style, comfort, and craftsmanship, with a streamlined silhouette perfected by the LANVIN design studio. It features ultra-flexible construction, an integrated mini-wedge, and a logo-embossed pull tab. Available in matte and patent leather, it will also come in variations with bijou or bow embellishments.

Photographer Théo de Gueltzl captures the Ballerina's renaissance in a campaign, adding playfulness and a sense of discovery. The campaign mirrors LANVIN's timeless simplicity.

LANVIN's Ballerina is globally available in Lanvin boutiques, on, and select department and specialty stores.


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