What To Learn From Givenchy’s SS’20 Couture Show

Clare Waight Keller, Givenchy’s creative director took a trip to the garden to birth us the magnificent style of outures. The runway was filled with florals in style and in scents. The inspiration behind the SS’20 couture designs is from Woolf’s novel.

Claire considered the spirit of nature  that represents romance and that’s the Flowers. The site of the presentation of these dresses is comforting and satisfying. There new styles after styles, exaggerated hats beyond description, bouquet of trends after trends.

So we decided to pick things we learnt from the show:

Big Ruffles

The fashion house -Givenchy has proved to us to do ruffles as much and as big as we want.

Reimagined Suiting

Claire just thought us that our suiting style does not have to be boring anymore, you can have it frocked, sequined and with a fish tail. Givenchy is setting trends.

Gazebo Hats

Who knew gazebo can be a style or that our already exaggerated hat can go bigger. Givenchy lesson 101 – Go big of go home. This is a new take for a modern woman walking down the aisle or the redcarpet.

Belt Matters

Another lesson from the brand is that belt goes a long way in your styling, whether you like them skinny or big and  chunky, it’s a good way to cinche your waist when wearing those boisterously exploding sprays of chiffon, crêpe georgette, tulle and lace.




By Lola Joseph

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