Oddly enough, the Lanvin Fall 2011/12 campaign came to mind the other day, out of no reason. I remembered the playful awkwardness surrounding Raquel Zimmermann and Karen Elson dancing to Pitbull, decked up in the Fall/Winter 2011/12 season. Fast forward three seasons and Lanvin are celebrating 125 years of the label. The original mother-daughter logo that stood proudly above the Lanvin title is reflected in the latest campaign. Tim Walker takes a new spin to the fashion house's campaign and shoots model, Edie Campbell and her family as well as a star appearance of Dolly; Edie's horse. The campaign illustrates the caring and loving side that comes from family but also draws on the playful and eccentricity that always comes hand in hand with family. As Edie and her family greet each other, fool around and arrive in their latest Lanvin, Alber Elbaz demonstrates, it truly is a celebration of family affairs.