FREE NEXT DAY AIR DELIVERYon orders over $1000. Use code FREENDA
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Available for Contiguous US orders. Get FREE Next Day Air Delivery on orders over $1000.00 with coupon code FREENDA.
For orders under $1000, Next Day Air Delivery is available for just $24.99.
Simply select shipping method Next Day Air in shopping cart.
Valid on in stock items only. Can not be combined with other coupons. Additional expedited shipping methods are available in the shopping cart for all States in the
contiguous US. Orders are subject to approval and verification.
This offer excludes all PO boxes, AK, HI, PR and the Virgin Islands.
What started as a act of love by Jeanne Lanvin for her daughter eventually became a fashion company for luxury goods based in Paris, France. Lanvin made attractive clothes for her daughter, Marie-Blanche de Polignac that a number of wealthy people who requested the same outfits for their own children and mothers. In the 1920s, Lanvin opened shops devoted to home decor, menswear, furs handbags, and lingerie. Being one of the most influential designers of the 1920s and 1930s, Jeanne Lanvin's skillful use of intricate trimmings, virtuoso embroideries and beaded decorations in clear, light, floral colors became a Lanvin trademark. In recent years, Lanvin's reputation in luxury grew, when in May 2009 when Michelle Obama was photographed wearing a popular line of Lanvin's sneakers made of suede with grosgrain ribbon laces and metallic pink toe caps while volunteering at a Washington, D.C. food bank.