Alber Elbaz leaving Lanvin: Greatest red carpet hits

Alber Elbaz has left Lanvin after 14 years at the label, we take a look back at his greatest red carpet hits. 

Emma Akbareian
Wednesday 28 October 2015 17:25
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Barely a week since the news broke that Raf Simons has left Dior, another major fashion house move seems to be on the cards as it's rumoured that Lanvin's Alber Elbaz will be departing the French Fashion House.

Whilst no official statement has been released, the news has been confirmed by a spokesperson for the brand according to Business of Fashion.

With 14 years under his belt as Creative Director of the brand, his feminine designs have been a favourite on the red carpet.

From awards ceremonies to film premieres and film festivals, Elbaz has dressed everyone from Meryl Streep to Beyonce.

Here are some of his best creations:

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