EXCLUSIVE: Givenchy to Return to Paris Men’s Wear Calendar in January

DIFFERENT STROKES: At least one major brand is battling the tide of coed shows.
After switching to joint women’s and men’s displays following the arrival of Clare Waight Keller as artistic director in 2017, Givenchy has decided to switch back to the men’s wear fashion calendar for the fall 2019 season, WWD has learned.
The French fashion house will stage a presentation on Jan. 16 during Paris Men’s Fashion Week, before returning to the runway in June, it said in a statement.
Waight Keller, whose coed spring collection was inspired by the gender-fluid style of Swiss writer Annemarie Schwarzenbach, will continue to show women and men side by side in her ready-to-wear and haute couture shows, the brand said. Her campaigns for the house have portrayed both genders in mirror-image pairs.
“Granting men’s wear a dedicated platform starting from January reflects the house’s support of Clare Waight Keller’s vision for the brand,” Givenchy said.
The move comes at a time when a growing number of brands are opting to present women’s and men’s wear at the same time. Celine and Maison Margiela staged their first coed shows this season, while brands including Stella McCartney, Balenciaga, Haider Ackermann and Sonia Rykiel featured models of both sexes

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Givenchy Resort 2019

Men’s tailoring has always been the bedrock of Clare Waight Keller’s coed vision for Givenchy. In her debut last fall, she said her focus on sharp shoulders was directly derived from the work of founder Hubert de Givenchy.
For her first resort collection since taking over the creative direction of the label, the designer also delved into a lesser-known part of Givenchy’s heritage: a sportswear line that fed into a selection of looks infused with athletic ease.
“He actually did a sports line at the beginning of the Eighties — Givenchy Sport — and it was kind of interesting, because there, he really used a lot of the graphic designs and these sort of V-shapes,” she explained. “I thought it was interesting to mix that back into the more sophisticated tailoring part.”
Men’s logo track pants, or second-skin tops in technical fabrics, were overt nods to the athleisure trend that has swept through to high-end brands. It translated more subtly in the women’s looks, which included roomy separates in paper-thin glossy leather, done in subtle hues like forest green and Prussian blue.
The Eighties influence was overt with items like cowl-neck tops with batwing sleeves, or a burgundy jersey zip-up jacket with a black

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Fashion Icon Hubert Givenchy Dead at 91

Hubert de Givenchy — the legendary fashion designer to celebs like Audrey Hepburn and Jackie Kennedy — has died at his home near Paris. Givenchy died in his sleep Saturday night, according to his longtime partner, designer Philippe Venet.  Hepburn…

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Alexander McQueen, Givenchy to Open South Coast Plaza Boutiques

Alexander McQueen and Givenchy are the latest luxury brands to sign leases at South Coast Plaza. They are to join more than 250 boutiques at the retail center in late spring, and the McQueen boutique will be the only Orange County location for the brand (there is a store on Melrose Avenue in Los Angeles), while the Givenchy boutique is a Southern California exclusive (it’s one brand that’s missing on Rodeo Drive).
Family-run South Coast Plaza, which the late Henry Segerstrom built into one of the most profitable retail centers in the world, with annual sales topping $ 1 billion, is already home to Dior, Tiffany & Co., Gucci, Prada, Louis Vuitton, Harry Winston, Hermès and The Webster. Segerstrom was many times the first to bring European brands such as Courreges to the States. SCP this year celebrated its 50th anniversary.

The Givenchy store at the Aventura Mall in Miami. 

The McQueen boutique will be located on Level 2 of the center in the Nordstrom Wing, while the Givenchy boutique will be located on Level 2 near Jewel Court. The locations are significant because South Coast Plaza has more than 1 million feet of retail space, and customers often must park — or valet

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Givenchy Pre-Fall 2018

Boho is over — at least as far as Clare Waight Keller is concerned. As if to banish for good the girly romance of her Chloé tenure, the designer’s pre-fall collection for Givenchy, her second for the brand, mined deeper into the masculine-feminine territory she mapped out in her debut show.
With its mix of oversize outerwear and geek-chic midi dresses, the lineup — shot at a private manor in Kent, England — felt bang in tune with a period of increasingly radicalized gender politics. In fact, shoulders haven’t been this big since the advent of power dressing in the Eighties.
Waight Keller kept the volume current with soft, sculptural constructions like a trenchcoat trimmed with leather and snaps, or chunky monochrome fake fur jackets and coats structured with graphic herringbone motifs. Edgy color clashes telegraphed self-possessed cool.
“It’s in the air politically, and obviously there’s a lot of discussion around that, but I do think even as a house, we represent a very confident and a very daring kind of woman,” Waight Keller told WWD.
She traced her use of bold shades like red, amber, electric blue and black to founder Hubert de Givenchy. “I love the idea of those strange brights. They’re sort

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Stars Debate Cats Versus Dogs at Givenchy

PET SOUNDS: Collections aside, Clare Waight Keller for her Givenchy debut Sunday impressed guests with her choice of venue: the Paris Law Courts.
“It’s so spectacular, imagine working here every day,” marveled Julianne Moore making her way down the marble-floored corridor to the show space, set in a cavernous hall with rose windows. “How great is Clare, right? This is really, really exciting, the first woman to head a major couture house. It’s pretty impressive to see,” added the actress. When asked if she was into cats, which feature in Waight Keller’s recently released teaser of her vision for the house, Moore replied: “I have dogs.”
On her heels, Fergie revealed she was a cat woman. “My first pet was a cat, his name was Sneaky — and I’m always a fan of a cat eye,” purred the singer.
“Apparently a lot of the series that we’re watching at the moment were shot here,” marveled Natalia Vodianova, who also weighed in on the pet talk. “Antoine [Arnault] wanted to offer me a kitten two years ago, but I chickened out because I have young children.”
Rooney Mara looked a little overwhelmed. “This is my first time at Paris Fashion Week and I’m very excited and anxious to

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Prepare to Be Mesmerized by the Makeup at the Givenchy Spring 2016 Show

At fashion week the beauty looks tend to fall into two different camps—the trends you can't wait to recreate and the ones you can't stop staring at. At Givenchy's shows, it's usually safe to assume…


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Givenchy Men’s Spring 2016

In a surprise addition, Riccardo Tisci presented 20 new men’s spring looks along with his women’s Givenchy offering that enhanced the “wow” factor of the show.
A sharp tailored white top coat and tonal pants opened the men’s section, followed by an array of black-and-white monochromatic tailored looks that showed Tisci’s strict and restrained design ability. The use of silk inset pockets in blazers and evening coats and a lush white lace shirt and tie embellished the collection and helped link it with the women’s soft romantic flair.
 

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Givenchy RTW Spring 2016

In a touching event on September 11th, Riccardo Tisci delivered a lyrical masterpiece for Givenchy.

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9 Things You Must See From the Givenchy Spring 2016 Show

We all knew the Givenchy show was going to be incredbile the moment we heard that creative director Riccardo Tisci was moving the runway from Paris to New York and giving 820 tickets to people…


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Riccardo Tisci Opens Up About Givenchy Opening to the Public

New York’s huddled fashion masses are brimming with hope. Hope for a seat at the upcoming Givenchy event after news broke on Monday night that the house will open the golden door of its spring 2016 show to 1,200 of the most unusual suspects — non-industry, civilian members of the public.
“Opening to the public was my dream for many, many years,” says creative director Riccardo Tisci on Tuesday. Just back from holiday (and recovery from a diving-induced ear infection) and newly re-immersed in his collection prep, Tisci took a break for a long-distance phone call.
Having a significant general-public contingent in the audience became an essential element almost as soon as the decision was made in June to accept the CFDA’s invitation to show in New York. The move embraces much that Tisci’s Givenchy stands for, combining the designer’s penchant for contrast — more typically applied to sartorial élan than audience demographics — and populist engagement in high fashion. Eight-hundred-twenty tickets will be distributed first-come/first-served via registration on the dedicated Web site, givenchynyfw15.com as of 10 a.m. today. Chances are most will go to young people not in the market for a $ 29,500 jacket such as the exquisite, discreetly flamboyant military-inspired

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Givenchy Opening to Public for New York Show

Get ready for Givenchy’s public offering. No, not that kind, but another kind — one that could be a one-time wonder or could dramatically change the fashion show system for the long haul.
When Riccardo Tisci shows his Givenchy collection in New York on Sept. 11, members of the general public will make up a huge portion of his audience. Twelve hundred “real people” — mostly non-industry, non-celebrity civilians (no proof of Givenchy purchase required) as well as a cadre of students and faculty from local fashion schools — will attend, along with the usual show-going industry suspects.
Givenchy is working closely with the City of New York on this public-audience project. The house will allot most of the tickets — 820 of them — on a first-come/first-served basis to registrants at a Web site set up in partnership with nycgo.com, the City’s marketing office.
The Web site address will be released Tuesday Sept. 1 at 10 a.m. via the social media outlets of Givenchy, NYCgo, the CFDA and KCD, and will open to potential recipients at 10 a.m. on Wednesday. Tickets will be available for pickup in advance of the show. A block of 280 tickets has been set aside for students

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