Inspired by the legendary Hubert de Givenchy, the Givenchy Studio presents a collection that celebrates the essence of gentlemanliness: character, gallantry, grace, instinct and individuality. The collection, shown in the salons of 3, Avenue George V where the founder worked, explores the contrast between his public and private styles: formal and refined, yet also casual and daring.

The collection revisits some of the signature elements of Hubert de Givenchy’s wardrobe and reinterprets them for the modern man. The white blouse he wore in his studio becomes a chic workwear piece in various forms. The suits and coats he designed in the haute couture workshops feature armholes under the sleeves, a tribute to his fondness for capes. The sapphire hues that dominate the collection reflect his preference for this color over black.

The collection also plays with the proportions and textures of the garments, creating a dynamic and eclectic look. The slim tailoring of the Parisian playboys is contrasted by the oversized trousers and the bold outerwear inspired by punk and glam aesthetics. The masculine and feminine aspects of his wardrobe and his interiors are expressed by the juxtaposition of the opulent chandelier motif from the archives and the cozy teddy coats and chenille pieces. The military influence is evident in the flight and jump jackets made of wool, leather and ponyskin.

Check out the collection below: