Givenchy Couture Fall 2018: To Encounter Mr. Hubert De Givenchy

Givenchy launched its autumn/winter 2018 couture collection on the first day of Haute Couture Week in Paris Fashion Show, designed by Clare Waight Keller. This Haute Couture Collection is a tribute and remembrance of Mr. Hubert De Givenchy, the founder of Givenchy, who died in March at the age of 91.

When it comes to Clare Waight Keller, it is Markle Meghan‘s Givenchy wedding dress that most people think of. This time, she reshaped the most iconic square shawl and solemn cloak left by Mr. Hubert De Givenchy. Keeping with the elegant silhouette of the old era, she created a new image of Givenchy with a more concise and modern approach. Today, most people think of Audrey Hepburn when they think of Givenchy. Thus, the famous little black dress from Breakfast At Tiffany’s, with retaining its silhouette, Clare added a hood.

The focus of this collection still falls on the shoulders of women. Clare gave them a square but not exaggerated shoulder line. Besides, colorful feather, metal decoration, and silver sequins are also the focus of this collection. 

In the last century, Mr. Givenchy explained the attitude of women in that era by beautiful, elegant, and unique styles of fashion. Nowadays, this task is transferred to Clare. She restored Mr. Givenchy’s original styles and join her understanding of contemporary women to make them evolve with the times.

 

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