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Givenchy presents its Spring 2025 Pre-Collection

Continuing to draw inspiration from the chic style of the maison’s creator, Givenchy’s new collection for next spring’s eve combines aristocratic elegance with a touch of punk.

Givenchy presents its Spring 2025 Pre-Collection

Hubert de Givenchy’s sophistication comes in a punk key.

Have you ever imagined a Givenchy grunge? It seems it’s now possible. The new collection mixes elegant and sophisticated silhouettes that pay homage to the founder’s work from the late sixties and early seventies, with the bold character of prints and textures.

The recently launched new version of the Monogram 72 print, along with archival animal prints, pompoms, bows and diamond motifs, create a contrasting and dynamic visual narrative. For women, Givenchy projects an effortless non chalance with looks like a wool stole paired with pale pink cotton flared pants, or a tuxedo suit with a draped effect that can be taken apart. Cheetah print appears on a sheepskin wrap coat or as accents in a safari ensemble. A turtleneck coat with architectural sleeves transforms a couture shape in shiny black leather. An evening dress with a cutout back and jet beading revisits a signature Givenchy silhouette in technical duchess satin, while white feather pom-poms give an evening gown inspired by the house’s archives the urge to touch it. Hammered gold-finish buttons, bows, embroidery and sheepskin trim give the pieces with soft shoulders and relaxed constructions a couture attitude.

For men, Givenchy intertwines Hubert de Givenchy’s aristocratic public image with his flamboyant and expressive side. Formal wear, notably tuxedo jackets and cummerbunds, takes on punk flare in shades of rust or purple. Military influences pay homage to music and art with universal appeal and subtle humor. The 1970s cat print, first shown on the runway in January 2024, returns as camouflage splashed with surreal emerald-hued eyes on a jacket, or as blue ribbon trim on a sweater. A braided “hair” print, which debuted as a scarf on the runway, appears on a shirt or sweatshirt. A classic duffel-style coat is cut from teddy fabric; cardigans emerge in woven cashmere, a jean jacket is worked in suede and 3D monograms are embossed in sheepskin. The suit, like an elevated tracksuit in velvet, is worn with confidence and ease, like pajamas with an attitude so luxurious they could be worn on the street.

The same graphic story stands strong in bags and shoes. The Voyou family is explored this season in a variety of materials and textures, including patent leather, suede and fluffy sheepskins, as is the new Pumpkin bag, which also includes a mini version with chain strap, leather trim and beads. Rounding out the family are the Antigona Toy Lock and the Cube Nano, which this season is adorned with a charming 4G Liquid. For evening, a bold clutch with oversized 4G Liquid with chain strap.

Givenchy’s jewelry collection continues to expand, with striking pieces of silver-tone 4G Liquid crystal fringe and rhinestones, while the house’s signature pearls and crystals mix with a stylized motif on gold- and silver-tone necklaces, bracelets and earrings. For men, new archetypes join the more classic cufflinks: for spring, these include a tag, ring and cuff necklace; a crystal-embellished ID necklace and ring; a silver Monogram 72 necklace; and an engraved signet ring.

As a finishing touch, 4G Pearl sunglasses for women bring the house’s signature jewelry to optics, while GV Day universal frames put a twist on everyday looks with inverted temples or a bold rectangular shape, in seasonal shades of red, rust and pink.

Givenchy Spring 2025 pre-collection will be available online and in physical stores starting in October.

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