Lanvin, the longest- running couturier in Paris, has shockingly rocked the fashion world with the departure of Albert Elbaz last October. But as far as its menswear department goes, the unequivocal Parisian flavor is still alive and kicking. Much of its offerings are a blend of retro styles readied for the future, which explains the futuristic- looking spring/summer 2016 campaign with its liberal use of silvery tones. Worn by two slim models, Finnlay Davis and Michael Sutton, the sartorial ensembles are sumptuous indeed, encompassing patterned shirts, slim ties tucked inside the pants, slim belts, and slim- lapel suit jackets paired with baggy suit pants. As far as eye- catching advertising material goes, there’s hardly anything to find at fault with this one.