Sunday, 9 August 2009

My MANy Life's Inspirations #10


Below: Lucas Ossendrijver, the name behind Lanvin Homme...
time to have a peek at where this brilliant man works.



Below: Books are the source of all inspirations...
and did you see Hermès behind their building?!?! WTF!


Below: A collection of old shoes for ideas?



Below: The 'unsung heroes' behind Lanvin Homme... love that moustache guy:-P


Below: How 'decadent' to have a gold elevator in your office:-P


Below: I love Lucas Ossendrijver's style. Him in plaid flannel shirt...
he seem to make the otherwise sloppy shirt look effortless and chic!
(Mental note: I need a flannel shirt:-P)
BTW, is that a protoype for a new shoe design?


Below: TDF shoes and bags...


Below: Always elegant with a slightly nonchalant feel...
brilliant idea to use ribbon laces on the velvet lace-ups.


Below: Long live the queen!


Below: Lanvin shoe wall of fame? I am drooling. If the wall needs to be refreshed for
the new season, do send them my way...I'd gladly help to 'dispose' of them:-P



Below: I love the vibe of the entire studio. It simply reeks of style and unrestrained creativity...


Below: Grosgrain ribbon is a staple in Lanvin pieces...
and Mr
Ossendrijver loves his boat shoes.


Lucas Ossendrijver And Lanvin Studio...

A glimpse into the workplace that spins out some of the most coveted menswear items in recent years. Lucas Ossendrijver, the man behind Lanvin Homme's appeal to fashion fans worldwide shows us his office space and the often neglected team behind those fascinating clothes.

Of course, I would love to have an entire wall of fame like his, filled with Lanvin shoes of all kinds in my home anyday! Drools...

Enjoy the pics.

Source: The Selby

5 comments:

Bag Brag Diva said...

I love the Lanvin window display.

Tom said...

Oh my! Drooling all over the place. I want all of them!

Nico said...

Boy, oh boy, do i want this as my office. I don't work yet, and i'm pretty darn sure the recession isn't gonna give me a job soon. But just looking at this makes me feel that the future is gonna be swell. Work wouldn't feel like work in this environment. Plus, look! Shiny stuff to appease my easily distracted senses!

freshmess said...

i still don't see the appeal in those hightop lanvin sneakers...

Allan said...

oy, my shoe! :-)