For Spring 2019, artistic director Clare Waight Keller draws on her British roots by mixing traditional men’s tailoring and fabrics with playful cues, such as sharp shoulders, from the Eighties and grounding it all with day-to-night practicality.
Hubert de Givenchy cultivated a life-long interest in Japanese culture. Picking up on that history, Clare Waight Keller drew from her own recent trip to Japan as well as key pieces from the archives for the spring collection. Multiple layers of references come through in the looks’ crisp, graphic lines, saturated color palette and Japanese-inspired prints and fabrics.
Waight Keller has a remarkable track record of keeping her designs wearable. “It’s a real joy to be able to work at both ends of the spectrum,” she said. “It’s what I believe in: everything from the really simple everyday to the absolutely fantastic and fabulous.”
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