During this period of lockdown, one thing everyone suddenly has in abundance is time. Putting his hours to good use, Lanvin creative director Bruno Sialelli has curated an extensive, three-part isolation playlist – spanning his influences, current rotations and guilty pleasures.

Described by Lanvin as “a five hour loving selection of tracks to match your mood,” like Sialelli’s design ethos, the playlist draws from a vibrant mix of genres and eras, “from deep house to dream pop, electronic to disco, ambient to hip-hop and post-punk to classical. Some guilty pleasures thrown in there too.”

Since taking the helm at Lanvin in 2018, Sialelli has injected a youthful exuberance into the storied fashion house, collaging cultural epochs and styles in tune with a contemporary conversation. Intuitive and playful in his work, last season saw the designer take inspiration from 60s Alain Delon film Purple Noon, dropping hemlines and loosening silhouettes to make us dream of summers in the Italian lakes – somewhere we’d very much like to be now.

Listen to part one of Bruno Sialelli’s isolation playlist below and head to Lanvin’s Spotify profile for parts two and three.

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