Clare Waight Keller took the fash pack to France’s main botanical garden for Givenchy’s latest showcase…
Inside what could’ve possibly been the world’s longest tent, the maison’s new Fall/Winter ’19 collection came to life, coming with it a sense of aristocracy and bold femininity.
Being the only woman to spearhead designs at Givenchy, Clare Waight Keller’s creations for the female form have been revived with new offerings from the French fashion house. She’s even become royally-approved since her debut in 2017.
On the runway, it was petals, snakeskin and leather galore.
A collection fill to the brim with silhouettes that could easily transcend that 9-5 work day, the separates came in the form of petal-pressed pleats, saturated monochrome suiting and chunky knitwear.
In addition to the powerful suiting we’ve come to know and love from the designer, Clare Waight Keller continued to showcase her feminine aesthetic throughout the autumnal range. This shone through the generous amount of miniature petals that adorned pleated tops, skirts and dresses, along with accessories we know are going to top off our wish-lists.
There was almost a sense of nocturnal allure that dominated the collection too. The trending snakeskin print was spotted on everything from the accessories and buttoned-down dresses to men’s shirts.
Browse through Givenchy’s Fall/Winter ’19 runway show here…
- Words by Meeran Mekkaoui