Clare Waight Keller’s début in Parisian High Fashion

A new chapter has begun in the Givenchy history. The British designer Clare Waight Keller presented her first Haute Couture collection at the French maison. Aiming to celebrate the subversive side of a fairytale fashion, she melted the strength of tailoring with feminine power.

Inspiration came from the Givenchy archive: the structure and graphism Hubert de Givenchy had in his repertoire became the starting point for designing the Spring 2018 collection.

The silhouettes are defined by sharp edges and clean cuts; wide leg trousers and bell-silhouette dresses are worn under narrow tailored coats.

Movement is created by tiered and layered volumes. Black is the main tone, yet there’s a rainbow ombré-dyed tonality in the skirts fluidity. Crystal beads on draped gowns sparkle in the night, while ostrich feathers emerge from coats linings.

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