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Givenchy Clothing For Women
A brand mainstay, this crew neck T-shirt is printed with the words 'Givenchy Paris' in bold white letters across the front. The soft cotton-jersey is distressed all-over to create that coveted worn-in look. Wear yours loosely tucked into jeans or tailored pants.
Marking the end of Riccardo Tisci's tenure at Givenchy, last season's lineup featured tonal looks in shades of red – so to celebrate the beginning of a new chapter lead by Clare Waight Keller, the Resort '18 collection is dominated by pink. Suspended from wide shoulder straps, this lingerie-inspired slip dress is cut from lustrous silk-satin and edged with corded lace.
Givenchy's distinctive logo has been a defining feature in recent collections - on this dark-blue shirt it's emblazoned in white across the back. This piece is made from rigid cotton denim that feels substantial enough to wear in place of a light jacket. The pearlescent snap fastenings nod to classic western styles.
Bold colors are key in Clare Waight Keller's debut Resort '18 collection for Givenchy. Spun in Italy from wool in an oversized silhouette, this sweater is knitted with intarsia stars. Give yours a streetwear feel by styling it with track pants and boots.
As newly appointed Clare Waight Keller prepares for her eagerly anticipated first collection, Givenchy's design team focuses on the iconic house codes for Resort '18. These dark-blue skinny jeans are blended with a hint of stretch and turn to reveal the brand's distinctive logo in contrasting white on the back pocket. They're cut slightly long at the cuffs so work well with pumps or mules.
Following on from the success of logos in 2017, the major fashion houses are now getting playful with their placements. Givenchy's sweatshirt features the label's moniker and home city in white along the back hem. It's cut for an oversized fit from blue cotton-jersey and trimmed with long and lustrous silk crepe de chine ties at the hood. Try to balance your proportions with slim jeans and sleek accessories.
Givenchy's flagship store opened in Rome last year, and it's also where newly appointed Artistic Director Clare Waight Keller shot the Resort '18 lookbook. These lustrous fuchsia satin pants were modeled against the claret-colored carpets of the Palestra del Duce. They sit loose and low on the hips and are pressed through the fluid, wide legs.
When it comes to lingerie-inspired dressing, the slip dress isn't your only option. Made from lustrous silk-satin, Givenchy's skirt has a corded cotton-blend lace hem with scalloped eyelash trims. Emulate the Resort '18 styling and complement the rich fuchsia hue with a coordinating blazer.
When it comes to designing athleisure with a polished feel, Givenchy gets it right every single time. Easy to dress up or down, this smooth satin-jersey jacket has a stand-up collar and defining ribbed trims. It's appliquéd with the label's logo and signature stars along the sleeves to match the brand's track pants.
Givenchy's Resort '18 collection is color-coded to represent three different locations in Rome. Inspired by the Museum of Roman Civilization's marble colonnade, the white section is made up of crisp tailored looks, including this cape-shouldered blouse. It's cut from fluid silk-georgette that floats weightlessly away from the body and has elegant pussy-bow ties.
Givenchy's pants have been tailored in Italy from cady in a saturated fuchsia hue - a prominent shade in the label's Resort '18 color story. Designed to sit high on your waist, this straight-leg pair has sharply pressed creases and hits just above the ankle. We think it looks so chic worn for evening plans with the matching jacket and a sheer top.
Givenchy's 'I Feel Love' sweater is crocheted from bright-blue cotton in an open weave. It's slouchy and oversized, especially around the shoulders and sleeves, and has distressed ribbed trims.
Givenchy's sweater has been expertly knitted in Italy from a soft blend of wool, silk and cashmere. The deep V-neckline and cuffs are sliced along the seams and held together by faux pearls that appear as though they're floating on the skin. Balance out the femininity with leather pants or biker boots.
Givenchy's memorable Resort '18 presentation was divided into color-coded collections, each one inspired by an architectural backdrop - the all-white opening looks mirrored the Museum of Roman Civilization's columns. These wide-leg pants have been made in Italy from floral lace and lined with shorts for slight coverage. Pair with a blazer for a modern bridal outfit.
Clare Waight Keller's appointment as Artistic Director for Givenchy was a momentous one, and her Spring '18 debut proved what a great choice it was for the house. Worn on the runway at Paris' Palais de Justice, this black mini dress has been made in Italy from wool-crepe. It's detailed with puffed Swiss-dot tulle sleeves and a trio of oversized satin bows at the front.
We can just envision Kate Moss and Amanda Seyfried wearing this skirt in true Givenchy fashion - it's cool and elegant enough to fit in with both their personal styles. Made from lustrous silk-satin, it sits at your natural waist and falls to a delicate corded cotton-blend lace hem. The partial lining ensures a smooth drape, even when you're wearing a long shirt tucked in.
Givenchy's royal-blue jacket is inspired by varsity styles, so wear yours to pledge allegiance to the Parisian label. It's made from a cozy wool-blend that's embroidered with brand lettering and defined by classic ribbed trims. Wear yours with tailored pants.
For Clare Waight Keller's anticipated debut as Givenchy's Creative Director, she delved into the brand's archive - this jacket updates the oversized shape of the iconic 'Sack' dress from the '50s. Made from acid-wash denim, it's fitted with a double collar and elasticated hem to cinch in the silhouette. Mimic the runway and pair yours with the matching denim skirt.
Speaking ahead of her first collection for Givenchy, Artistic Director Clare Waight Keller revealed that she primarily wore black throughout the '90s. Her love for the color was apparent in the show, and this denim skirt was part of the lineup. It's made from pure cotton that's washed and faded to create a crinkled appearance.
Few things are as Parisian (or cool) as a leather skirt teamed with a striped top, and that's exactly how Clare Waight Keller styled it as part of her debut collection for Givenchy. Designed to hang slightly loose at the hips, this textured style has metallic light-catching flecks and a zipper through the front. Wear it with your favorite boots.
Givenchy divided its Resort '18 collection up by color, using each section to elicit a different mood - we especially love the blue palette the brand reserved for the more laid-back, urban-inspired pieces. Designed in the vibrant hue, this figure-hugging jacquard-knit dress is patterned with the house's signature stars. Try it with strappy sandals and tousled locks.
The best way to ease into wearing color is by choosing silhouettes that feel classic and effortless. Givenchy's camisole is cut from silk-charmeuse that beautifully enhances the baby-pink hue. It has wide straps and is paneled with corded cotton-blend lace. Try yours under a suit or styled simply with jeans.
Clare Waight Keller's debut collection for Givenchy began with her delving into the late founder's archives – the result? Voluminous '80-inspired silhouettes, reworked house prints and pops of color. Modeled on the runway, this blouse is cut from mint silk crepe de chine and defined by lightly padded shoulders and a contrasting red pussy-bow. Mirror the show styling and wear yours with the coordinating leather pants.
Clare Waight Keller entitled her debut collection for Givenchy 'Transformation Seduction' - it evokes the bold, powerful and very graphic quality Hubert de Givenchy gave to everything he designed, explains the Artistic Director. Cut from flexible cady, this mini dress has a clean, shift silhouette. Offset the deep magenta hue with black accessories.
Inky blue is a key color story seen throughout Givenchy's Spring '18 collection. This mini skirt is cut from sturdy denim that perfectly holds its shape and has a contrasting designer stamp at the back pocket. Embrace the label's cool street-style spirit by wearing yours with a hoodie and ankle boots.
This skirt is part of Givenchy's Spring '18 collection - the first with Creative Director Clare Waight Keller at the helm. Made in Italy from crepe, this midi style has a sleek silhouette and is simply detailed with logo-embellished buttons at the flap pockets. Team yours with the label's oversized shirt and 'Elegant' studded sandals.
Givenchy's bold fuchsia blazer is such a chic way to switch up your tailoring for work - if you have strict dress codes, balance the bright hue with classic black pants or a pencil skirt. Tailored in Italy from smooth cady, this single-breasted piece is lightly padded at the shoulders and has a flattering nipped-in waist.
Givenchy's mismatched earrings are designed to resemble daggers - a reoccurring motif seen throughout the label's Spring '18 collection. Made in Italy from gold-tone bronze, they're punctuated with tiny crystals and anchored by lustrous pearls. Show yours off with swept-back hair.
Givenchy's chain choker was featured on the label's Spring '18 runway, where it was styled with a pretty ruffled dress. This weighty design is cast from gold-tone brass and has two layers that create a cool stacking effect. Show yours off with an open blazer.
The sock boot is a style the fashion crowd are obsessed with, and there are few cooler than Givenchy's pair. Made in Italy, they are grounded by a rubber base and have black, red and white ribbed-knit tops detailed with signature stripes and stars. We love pulling them up so they sit under a mini dress.
Before designing her debut collection at Givenchy, Creative Director Clare Waight Keller sorted through the house's archives, honing in on the founder's love for graphic prints. This T-shirt is made is made from soft cotton-jersey and designed to resemble a vintage concert tee - it even has a list of cities and distressed trims. Wear yours with everything from denim to leather pants.
Givenchy's coveted logo tees are going nowhere - in time, they'll become such cool vintage pieces. Cut from soft cotton-jersey, this oversized piece is emblazoned with the house's instantly recognizable lettering and lightly distressed for a love-worn feel. Wear yours loosely tucked into jeans.
We love that the straps on Givenchy's camisole are wide enough to easily conceal your bra. Cut for a slightly loose fit, this piece has been made in Italy from liquid silk-charmeuse and edged with corded cotton-blend lace. Styling options are endless - wear it with smart tailoring or elevate casual jeans.
Givenchy's white skirt debuted on the Spring '18 runway paired with the label's striped sweater. Made in Italy from textured-leather, this mini style has a clean, streamlined front and turns to reveal silver studs along the waist and a zipper along the center. It's fully lined for the smoothest fit.
While designing Givenchy's Spring '18 collection, newly appointed Creative Director Clare Waight Keller took a peek at Hubert de Givenchy's sketches and recognized that he started each piece with the shoulders. Referencing his archives, she created a lineup filled with strong silhouettes like this crisp white shirt. Cut in Italy from lightweight cotton-poplin, this oversized style has pleated detailing and cuffed sleeves. Echo the runway and tuck yours into a midi skirt.
To mark her debut as Givenchy's Creative Director, Clare Waight Keller looked at how Hubert de Givenchy often focused on shoulders. This mini dress is cut from lustrous black moire-jacquard for a slim fit and has an angular sweetheart neckline that frames the décolletage. Style it with a belt and cowboy boots, as seen on the runway.
We already know that Givenchy delivers seriously refined tailoring, but this denim mini dress proves the French house can really nail casual clothing, too. Designed in a dark-blue wash, it's complete with overall-style shoulder straps and a logo-printed tab at the back pocket. Layer yours over striped knitwear and T-shirts.
Creative Director Clare Waight Keller looked to Givenchy's archives for her debut collection. Revisiting the house's focus on tailoring, these shorts have been made in Italy from a wool and mohair-blend and lined with silk for a smooth fit. Balance out the straight-leg cut with a fluid blouse.
Givenchy's Italian-made bomber jacket is constructed from supple textured-leather in an oversized shape. The subtle shoulder panels are Clare Waight Keller's nod to the archives and Hubert de Givenchy's noticeable focus on the area in sketches. It has two large flap pockets and cozy ribbed cotton-blend jersey trims.
Newly appointed Artistic Director Claire Waight Keller looked back at Givenchy's archives for the Spring '18 collection, drawing inspiration from a black and white clover motif from 1961. In her research, she also found that the late Hubert started his sketches from the shoulders, so this monochrome crepe dress has a cape-effect panel that draws the eye. Pair yours with the cowboy boots from the runway.