Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Alber Elbaz sings for Lanvin guests

"Whatever will be, will be," sang Alber Elbaz at the Lanvin Fall 2012 show on Friday. The designs and overall occasion, which marked and celebrated Elbaz's past ten years as artistic director of the brand, was a true reflection of the Moroccan-born, signature bowtie-wearing designer himself/

Alber Elbaz sings for Lanvin guests

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Whatever will be, will be, sang Alber Elbaz at the Lanvin Fall 2012 show on Friday.

The designs and overall occasion, which marked and celebrated Elbaz's past ten years as artistic director of the brand, was a true reflection of the Moroccan-born, signature bowtie-wearing designer himself: Fundamentally fun, full of surprises and happy.

The event included champagne, foie gras pops, numerous cakes and his latest line of mens and womenswear. The star-studded crowd in attendance included Pharrell Williams, Jessica Alba, Tilda Swinton and more.

However, the best part of the evening was reportedly the finale before Elbaz took his bow. Ever so charming, the NYT reports that Elbaz grabbed the nearest microphone and said, “Pharrell, don’t worry. I am a terrible singer.” He then sang "Que Sera, Sera" to an enchanted and exuberant crowd.

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