The fashion house has unveiled its first printed monograph, “Givenchy Catwalk,” a work that immerses readers in more than 180 collections from 1952 to the present day.
The new book takes us on a journey through the creative evolution of the house, from the days of Hubert de Givenchy, to John Galliano, Alexander McQueen, Julien McDonald, Riccardo Tisci, Clare Waight Keller and Matthew M. Williams.
The author, Alexandre Samson, describes the work as a unique opportunity to explore the early days, triumphs, doubts and innovations that have marked Givenchy’s history. From the elegance of Hubert de Givenchy to the bold interpretations of contemporary designers such as Matthew M. Williams, the book captures the house’s ability to maintain a perfect balance between commercial propositions and spectacular runway presentations.
“Givenchy Catwalk” not only offers a detailed tour of the collections, but also presents an in-depth look at the reactions and cultural influence in each era. It includes original runway photographs that capture the essence of each design and designer, offering a visual testament to the stylistic evolution over the years.
You can already find the book in bookstores such as Waterstones, Foyles and Amazon.
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