Givenchy Catwalk Fashion Show Paris Womenswear SS2019

October 1, 2018 by  
Filed under Fashion, Paris, womenswear

A woman, a Swiss, a photographer, a writer, a traveler, who lived a century ago formed the inspiration to Clare Waight Keller’s new Givenchy collection. This woman, Annemarie Schwarzenbach, who mostly dressed and behaved like a man lead up to a the menswear and womenswear sections at Givenchy being drawn closer together. If the Givenchy woman of a few seasons ago screamed sex, for next year she’s much more tamed. She wears high wasted pants and a camel colored shirt with epaulets. She wears belted double breasted jackets. She sports workwear pants and her dresses are quite straight and covered up. But even though she wears an awful lot of fabric (and rocks a pixie haircut), as Veerle Klok rocked that asymmetric yellow/white plisse gown, she still looks sensual from head to toe. Shoulders were even bare of covered up by a cape meets shoulder rug piece. A few sparkly sequined ones were the accessories of the finale filled with evening pieces and added an extra dose of femineity to the collection. Highlights in the menswear section were a safari inspired combination worn by Pascal Wilke, a perfectly tailored purple suit sported by Jonas Gloer and a sleeveless leather fit Louis rocked halfway the show. Talking about statement looks..