The guys on the runway at Lanvin’s spring 2017 menswear show could have walked directly into New York City’s pride parade on Sunday and blended in just fine. A handful of rainbow-striped t-shirts peaked out from jaunty suits in subtle plaid, or from beneath a luxe leather trench coat. Elsewhere, arrow-shaped emblems were the main motif, attached to belts or rope necklaces. And even if all that didn’t intrigue the front row, the outwear certainly would: satin bombers, oversized parkas, the aforementioned trench. It’s not surprising, given that the house’s menswear designer, Lucas Ossendrijver, is celebrating a decade at Lanvin this year. Meanwhile, Bouchra Jarrar will show her debut women’s collection for the brand this fall. Here’s hoping she delivers something just as enticing.