Bouchra Jarrar, wearing a Lanvin coat, in Daniel Buren’s installation Les Deux Plateaux, at the Palais Royal, in Paris.
Inspirational photographs in her office.
A crystal chandelier and exposed ducts point to the yin and yang of Jarrar’s workspace.
The designer’s runway lineup for her debut Lanvin collection.
Her music corner.
The stripped-down decor at the rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré studio.
Brittany, France, a favorite vacation spot.
Jarrar (right), with the model Karlie Kloss, at the finale of her spring show.
A Lanvin sketch by Jarrar.
One of Jarrar’s inspirations, David Bowie, 1973.
A white satin suit from the Lanvin spring 2017 collection.
Prince is another of Jarrar’s inspirations.
A floral print for spring.
Jeanne Lanvin, at a fitting in her Paris atelier in the 1930s.
Her salon, in 1921, designed by the architect and decorator Armand-Albert Rateau. Lanvin Décoration services could be engaged through the boutique.
The Lanvin logo was created by Paul Iribe in 1923, inspired by a photo of Lanvin and her daughter.