Boccara Gallery initiated a long-standing collaboration with Jean Yves Lanvin, the great grandson of Jeanne Lanvin, the illustrious founder of the Lanvin Haute Couture House in 1880. Jean Yves Lanvin's upbringing immersed him in the realms of fashion and the arts, where he discovered the rich universe of Paul Iribe and admired the works of Armand Albert Rateau and Jean Dunand, created for the Lanvin houses and Lanvin Decoration. This early exposure to an environment of elegance and luxury left a lasting imprint on him. Building on his experiences collaborating with renowned design houses and art workshops such as Maison Charles and Pouenat, he has now embarked on creating his own unique pieces, allowing his imagination to take the lead.
Jean Yves Lanvin is the great grandson of Jeanne Lanvin, famous founder of the Lanvin Haute Couture House in 1889. He spends his youth in the fashion and arts environment, between the 15 rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré and the family house in Beaulieu, where he discovers the universe of Paul Iribe and the works of Armand Albert Rateau and Jean Dunand created for Jeanne Lanvin houses and Lanvin Décoration. Jean Yves Lanvin's creativity and vision are expressed through a mineral universe. Rare materials, perfect realization, delicate work with metal and minerals, elegant style allied to the strength of the lines define his unique creations.Read more