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Futurism -- The Menswear Runway Analysis of Givenchy
On the second day of Paris Fashion Week, Matthew M Williams staged his first-ever standalone menswear show for Givenchy. The Spring/Summer 2023 collection was inspired by the people closest to Williams, including the artists, designers and musicians who inspire him, acting as a both the modern day menswear world and Givenchy’s artisanal heritage.
Unique Sentiments -- The Comprehensive Analysis of Givenchy's Menswear Trunk Show
A/W 2020 series of Givenchy adopts diversified crafts, colors and styles without silhouette change. Ombre and fleece may be the trend in next season. Denim items are variable. Indispensable T-shirts and sweatshirts are still decorated by letters or printing, more fashionable and leisure. Crafts display more the quality sense and delicacy of the brand.
Givenchy -- 19/20 A/W Menswear Brand at Trunk Show
Color-blocking design creates a visual impact, often applied to athleisure items which are loose and relaxed. Large-scale Western vicious dragons and horrific orcs with wings are key patterns. Monochrome feels understated yet distinctive.