After one season dormant, Lanvin is awake again—and with a new designer at its helm. The brand has appointed 31-year-old French designer Bruno Sialelli as creative director, overseeing both womenswear and menswear. Sialelli comes from Loewe, where he was head of menswear. Previously he held senior positions in womenswear design at Paco Rabanne, Acne Studios, and Balenciaga under both Nicolas Ghesquière and Alexander Wang. “I am delighted and honored to join Lanvin, a house founded by a visionary woman who, among the first French couturiers, dared to offer a global universe with a very wide field of expression,” said Sialelli in a release. Read more at Vogue.