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At a young age, Jeanne Lanvin found her calling in fashion. She was raised in Paris, and began an apprenticeship with a milliner on rue du Faubourg Saint-Honore as a teenager. In 1889, she founded her own fashion house designing hats for the most fashionable women in Paris. After the birth of her daughter, Marguerite, Lanvin was inspired to create the first collection of children’s fashion. Children’s fashion became an instant hit, and Marguerite remained Lanvin’s primary muse. Lanvin’s style developed throughout time as her muse evolved into a woman, thus creating the young ladies and women’s departments. She later expanded to furs, sportswear, perfume, luxury décor and bespoke menswear (becoming the first fashion house to create men’s and women’s collections). Lanvin was a pioneer of the fashion industry, and received the Rosette d’Officier de la Legion d’Honneur at the age of 71. In 2001, the company was sold to Mrs. Shaw Lan Wang, a business woman and philanthropist dedicated to the family spirit and legacy left behind by Jeanne Lanvin. In 2014, Lanvin celebrated their 125th birthday, making them the oldest fashion house in business. 

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