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After several years in the creative wilderness, Lanvin has made a comeback. There was a palpable sense of relief -- as well as praise -- as noisy applause erupted at the end of the French couture house's catwalk show Wednesday, a debut from Bruno Sialelli, Lanvin's fourth designer in four years.Some highlights from the fall and winter ready-to-wear shows at Paris Fashion Week:Lanvin, a French national treasure and the world's oldest continually running couture house, has itself been fading since the departure of lauded couturier Alber Elbaz in 2015 after 14 years at the helm and a string of disappointing designers.In the 40-look men's and women's collection, "degeneration" turned out to be a play on deconstruction that revealed the essential form or features of a garment in a way that was not gender specific.Season after season, gasoline-guzzling couriers crisscross Paris to personally deliver ever-elaborate, often handmade, show invites.Top houses vie for the wackiest or most imaginative idea.Unfortunately, the house forgot to erase the Fashion Week notion of guests being seated in order of editorial importance.
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