Resort 2018: Givenchy

Dana Mortada   |   15 - 06 - 2017

Defined by colour-codes, this range was intended to guarantee harmony as Clare Waight Keller, the new artistic director presents her first collection for Givenchy. 

 

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This season the pre-collection was inspired by the opening of Givenchy’s new flagship on Via del Babuino in Rome, Italy; which explains the lookbook’s back drop locations.

Keller displayed a collection for women with a few men pieces. The range started with classic white tailored ensembles, lined-up with saturated fuchsia hued designs, and intense blue for the more casual part of the collection.

Waight Keller defines the brand in her own terms through a very striking Resort’18 collection; while making a proud statement to the people that Givenchy is here to stay.