Melania Trump Wears Givenchy Gown for Winfield House Dinner

LONDON – As the Trumps’ state visit in the U.K. nears the end of its second day, the First Couple welcomed Prince Charles and Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, to a real meat-and-potatoes meal at Winfield House.
Until tonight, politics and to some degree posturing overpowered the pageantry on Tuesday. After a breakfast for leading British and American business leaders at St. James’s Palace, the Trumps were off to 10 Downing Street. A bilateral meeting with outgoing Prime Minister Theresa May was followed by a joint press conference with both leaders appearing harmonious. The Q&A portion of the event led to talk of Trump’s 20-minute phone call with Boris Johnson, deportations, immigration, protests and Brexit. European Parliament member Nigel Farage arrived afterward for a meeting with the President.
Winfield House is home to the U.S. ambassador to the U.K., Woody Johnson. He and his wife, Suzanne, are friendly with the First Couple. FLOTUS reportedly was very involved with the planning of Tuesday night’s black-tie affair. The Duchess of Cornwall — whose much-memed wink during yesterday’s tea at Clarence House is all over social media — kept the white trend going in a satin-trimmed V-neck dress.
FLOTUS chose a Givenchy red crepe column dress

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Ariana Grande Is Named the Face of Givenchy

Ariana Grande, 2019 Coachella Ariana Grande is a songstress, a Grammy winner and now she’s adding a new title to the list: the face of Givenchy.
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Ariana Grande Poised to Be New Face of Givenchy

Thank you for the obvious teasers: It looks like Ariana Grande is the next face of Givenchy.
While the French fashion house hasn’t officially confirmed her appointment, it posted a series of videos and photos on its Instagram account featuring a woman in silhouette flipping her high ponytail, stating in the captions more information would be revealed on Friday. The singer and Givenchy’s designer Clare Waight Keller posted the same teasers. Grande’s featured the Givenchy logo at the end.

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Grande hasn’t yet commented on the images, though commenters on Instagram seemed divided about her fronting the heritage brand.
The development comes at a busy time for the singer, who

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Meghan Markle Brings Polished Glamour to Endeavour Fund Awards in Givenchy

Prince Harry, Meghan Markle, 2019 Endeavour Fund AwardsFor her latest look, Meghan Markle turned to a beloved brand.
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Hubert de Givenchy, George H.W. Bush, Kate Spade, Stan Lee in Their Own Words

Hindsight, foresight, oversight — depending on perspective, all may apply to words spoken by some of the more established cultural figures who died in the past year.
Over the years, WWD sat down with numerous designers, politicians and writers to reveal their ambitions and obstacles alike. Here are a few of the more memorable lines spoken by some who helped to define the world we live in.
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“Mine is one of the most beautiful professions in fashion: making others happy with an idea.”
“Balenciaga was my religion,” Givenchy said, explaining that he assembled more than 1,000 dresses for the collection of the Spanish designer’s creations. “Since I’m a believer, for me, there’s Balenciaga and the good Lord. Balenciaga had a sense of construction of clothes. He did things that were intelligent, which isn’t the case today. People are interested in glitz.”
“Fashion’s over. There are bags and shoes that are more and more ugly. That’s all. There are perfumes and everyone talks of luxury. But for me, luxury is, in part, to be well-dressed.”
Kate Spade on starting her own company over dinner with her husband in an Upper East Side Mexican restaurant: “Andy said, ‘Why don’t you do handbags? You love handbags,

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Givenchy to Dedicate Couture Show to Late Founder

LE GRAND HUBERT: Clare Waight Keller is to dedicate the Givenchy fall 2018 couture show in Paris on July 1 to house founder Hubert de Givenchy, who died in March at age 91.
Givenchy said the collection would be “an homage to his iconic creations, technique and personal lexicon” and a “celebration of his timeless elegance and grace, imbued with Waight Keller’s fresh take on the Givenchy spirit.”
Waight Keller, whose fame vaulted last month when she dressed Meghan Markle for her marriage to Prince Harry, has titled the collection “Caraman” after the original name of the 19th-century town house on Avenue George V where the couture house is based. (It was originally built for the Duke of Caraman.)
Hubert de Givenchy, a French aristocrat who founded the house of Givenchy in 1952, established his couture ateliers in the building in 1959, and he used it for fashion shows, receptions and the first Givenchy boutique.
Givenchy was best known to the general public as the creator of the film and personal wardrobes of his longtime muse, Audrey Hepburn, in movies including “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” and “Funny Face.” With his perfect manners and old-school discipline, the couturier had a distinguished presence that colored the fashion industry

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Givenchy Resort 2019

Men’s tailoring has always been the bedrock of Clare Waight Keller’s coed vision for Givenchy. In her debut last fall, she said her focus on sharp shoulders was directly derived from the work of founder Hubert de Givenchy.
For her first resort collection since taking over the creative direction of the label, the designer also delved into a lesser-known part of Givenchy’s heritage: a sportswear line that fed into a selection of looks infused with athletic ease.
“He actually did a sports line at the beginning of the Eighties — Givenchy Sport — and it was kind of interesting, because there, he really used a lot of the graphic designs and these sort of V-shapes,” she explained. “I thought it was interesting to mix that back into the more sophisticated tailoring part.”
Men’s logo track pants, or second-skin tops in technical fabrics, were overt nods to the athleisure trend that has swept through to high-end brands. It translated more subtly in the women’s looks, which included roomy separates in paper-thin glossy leather, done in subtle hues like forest green and Prussian blue.
The Eighties influence was overt with items like cowl-neck tops with batwing sleeves, or a burgundy jersey zip-up jacket with a black

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A Look Back: Givenchy on the Changing World of Fashion

It’s easy for one to get stuck thinking about the past, even obsessing over it, but that wasn’t a trap Hubert de Givenchy ever fell into.
Although the legendary designer, who died March 10 at the age of 91, achieved wide success soon after launching his own couture boutique in the early Fifties — aided in part by his high-profile and lasting friendship with Audrey Hepburn who famously wore exclusive Givenchy designs in some of her most beloved movie roles — Givenchy refused to pine for that time.
“I am of tradition, but that doesn’t mean I have an old outlook on life,” he told WWD in 1978, when fashion had veered very far from the structured chic that had once been his calling card.
While the friendship between Hepburn and Givenchy was a much more genuine precursor to the actor-brand-sales matrix we see in fashion today — now an industry all its own — he also dressed society doyennes like Jackie O and Bunny Mellon and never ignored his stable of non-famous devotees.
It’s likely that none of those women were caught limping around Paris in early 1968 after stepping on a needle while trying on brand new Givenchy designs in the house

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Givenchy and Hepburn: The Original Brand Ambassadors

Before dressing for the red carpet became a business, this relationship defined the connection between a designer and his muse.
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The visceral Eighties. Fashion loves it this season, including Clare Waight Keller, who built her collection after viewing “The Hunger,” and also “B-Movie: Lust & Sound in West Berlin,” a documentary about the music and club scene in Berlin at a watershed moment. “It’s from early Eighties New Wave, before the wall came down and through that period when the wall came down,” Waight Keller said backstage before showing her Givenchy collection. Her idea was “this sort of cross of the cultures between the bourgeois and the dangerous. There is a sort of tension.”
Together, bloody, sexy vampirism and that particular, gritty segment of Berlin culture provide plenty of tension-packed grist. Yet whenever a designer mines such intense material, or, for that matter, commits to virtually any retro inspiration, deft examination becomes essential: How much thematic cribbing is necessary to make the point, and conversely, how much is too much? All the more so when the shtick involved is Eighties, an era so easily lampooned.
This was Waight Keller’s challenge. Probably wisely, she chose to hold back rather than explode her motif, setting the bourgeois mood from the start with a series of big, in-your-face period furs, literal except now they’re faux. (Waight Keller

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Noomi Rapace, Karen Elson Warm Up Givenchy Show Front Row

LIVING COLOR: Sweeping out of the icy rain and into the grand Palais de Justice for the Givenchy show on Sunday morning, Karen Elson — dressed in a fiery orange and pale pink silk ensemble by the house — injected a much-needed dose of warmth and color into the scenery. “I clearly dressed against the weather, without even realizing it,” quipped Elson, who is in the early stages of writing her next album, but is also enjoying getting back into the fashion world. “I didn’t really do much fashion last year, maybe toward the end of the year; I shot a Tom Ford campaign and did a few shoots here and there, but I’m actually very much enjoying having a little fashion moment, because both are part of my life.”
Noomi Rapace had matched her rust orange shearling jacket to her hair color, which is going through a transitional phase. “It’s kind of peachy, orangey,” laughed the actress who presented an award at the Césars — France’s equivalent of the Oscars — on Friday. “I was very aware of the weather when I did my fitting, I was, like, ‘I don’t want to be cold,’” added Rapace, who will soon be heading to Australia to

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Alexander McQueen, Givenchy to Open South Coast Plaza Boutiques

Alexander McQueen and Givenchy are the latest luxury brands to sign leases at South Coast Plaza. They are to join more than 250 boutiques at the retail center in late spring, and the McQueen boutique will be the only Orange County location for the brand (there is a store on Melrose Avenue in Los Angeles), while the Givenchy boutique is a Southern California exclusive (it’s one brand that’s missing on Rodeo Drive).
Family-run South Coast Plaza, which the late Henry Segerstrom built into one of the most profitable retail centers in the world, with annual sales topping $ 1 billion, is already home to Dior, Tiffany & Co., Gucci, Prada, Louis Vuitton, Harry Winston, Hermès and The Webster. Segerstrom was many times the first to bring European brands such as Courreges to the States. SCP this year celebrated its 50th anniversary.

The Givenchy store at the Aventura Mall in Miami. 

The McQueen boutique will be located on Level 2 of the center in the Nordstrom Wing, while the Givenchy boutique will be located on Level 2 near Jewel Court. The locations are significant because South Coast Plaza has more than 1 million feet of retail space, and customers often must park — or valet

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Parfums Givenchy Names Lou de Laâge as New Ambassador

FRESH FACE: Lou de Laâge has been signed on as the new face of Parfums Givenchy’s Irrésistible fragrance franchise.
The French actress most recently, in 2016, was granted the Prix Romy Schneider for her role in “Agnus Dei,” directed by Anne Fontaine. Last year, de Laâge also won the European Shooting Stars award.
In 2015, she starred with Juliette Binoche in “The Wait,” directed by Piero Messina. And in the prior year, de Laâge was one of the leads in “Breathe,” Mélanie Laurent’s feature film.
Romain Spitzer, Parfums Givenchy chief executive officer, said about de Laâge in a statement: “Her spontaneous and authentic personality goes hand in hand with her grace and natural charm. Lou exudes a true intensity, combined with a subtle sensitivity that’s a perfect fit for the Irrésistible line.”
The advertising campaign in which she will feature is set to break in 2018.
De Laâge follows former Irrésistible ambassadors Amanda Seyfried and Liv Tyler.

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Stars Debate Cats Versus Dogs at Givenchy

PET SOUNDS: Collections aside, Clare Waight Keller for her Givenchy debut Sunday impressed guests with her choice of venue: the Paris Law Courts.
“It’s so spectacular, imagine working here every day,” marveled Julianne Moore making her way down the marble-floored corridor to the show space, set in a cavernous hall with rose windows. “How great is Clare, right? This is really, really exciting, the first woman to head a major couture house. It’s pretty impressive to see,” added the actress. When asked if she was into cats, which feature in Waight Keller’s recently released teaser of her vision for the house, Moore replied: “I have dogs.”
On her heels, Fergie revealed she was a cat woman. “My first pet was a cat, his name was Sneaky — and I’m always a fan of a cat eye,” purred the singer.
“Apparently a lot of the series that we’re watching at the moment were shot here,” marveled Natalia Vodianova, who also weighed in on the pet talk. “Antoine [Arnault] wanted to offer me a kitten two years ago, but I chickened out because I have young children.”
Rooney Mara looked a little overwhelmed. “This is my first time at Paris Fashion Week and I’m very excited and anxious to

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On the Runway: A First Look at the New Givenchy

Men and women achieve full equality under Clare Waight Keller, the house’s first female artistic director — and there are other surprises.
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Gina de Givenchy Launches Geeg Specializing in Headwear for Women Fighting Disease

WELL-COVERED: As a cancer survivor, Gina de Givenchy knows firsthand the complex emotions that women face while fighting disease.
Her new e-commerce business, Geeg, specializes in head coverings made of shirting material, turbans and other specialty items designed to help lift the spirits of the unwell.
After having a double mastectomy and starting treatment for breast cancer in 2013, the former fashion executive said she struggled to find any headwear that was “relatable” to her. Starting to think about going back to work, de Givenchy said. “I really wanted to start my own business. It really was like a bolt of lightning, after searching the Internet. It’s not really something that you’re walking the streets for. There was nothing that was really designer and luxury. And there was no real retail shopping for the cancer patient.”
That realization was “really strange” for de Givenchy who had always been connected to the fashion industry through her posts at Richard Tyler, Chanel and Jil Sander. She explained, “I sort of felt like the same person even though I didn’t look like same person. I just felt sort of shortchanged.”
Recalling her own purchases, she said, “What it really comes down to is I needed something that

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Clare Waight Keller Is Named First Female Designer of Givenchy

The appointment signals changes ahead in multiple ways for the storied French brand.
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On the Runway: Riccardo Tisci Leaves Givenchy: What It Means

Even in a period of widespread designer turnover, this departure may reveal an important industry reality.
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Riccardo Tisci’s show for Givenchy started off on a solemn note, with a minute of silence for Franca Sozzani, the Italian Vogue editor in chief who died in December. It’s hard to imagine a typical Tisci show segueing on from such a reflective moment, but this wasn’t a typical Tisci show.
No earsplitting soundtrack. No car wreck set. (The venue, the recently renovated National Library of France, could not have been more sedate.) And not a hint of gangsta attitude.
Instead, Tisci delivered what he described as an ode to the American West, as seen through the eyes of a child. “I did it my own way: graphic and pop and much more ironic and fun, which is what I see a future for — things that are more positive and more light,” he said backstage after the show. “It’s the child in me that never grew up.”
The display opened with a series of navy jackets and coats featuring oversize brown buttons that threw the garments’ classic proportions off-balance. Ditto the extra-large multicolored toggles on a dark duffle coat, which had the effect of shrinking the wearer.
The majority of the lineup centered around checked shirts and graphic sweaters, with most of the action

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The Givenchy Code

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A mind-bending code spawned from the mind of a madman…or maybe just a jealous ex. A desperate race through the cathedrals and hotels of New York City…with a teeny bit of time for shopping, it’s true. An astonishing truth concealed for years, unveiled at last…with more than a little help from a supercute new guy. As if a recent breakup, scrounging for rent money, and lusting after designer shoes weren’t enough to make graduate student Melanie Prescott’s life challenging, suddenly she’s practically living "The Da Vinci Code." A mysterious stranger is sending obscure codes and clues her way and she soon discovers she has to solve them in order to stay alive. With stakes like that, her dissertation on "the derivation and primary characteristics of codes and ciphers used by prevailing nations during wartime" is looking a little less important than it was yesterday. Right now she’s just worrying about living to see tomorrow. The only bright spot in the whole freakish nightmare is Matthew Stryker, the six-foot tall, dark, and handsome stranger who’s determined to protect her. Well, that and the millions of dollars that will be her reward if she survives this deadly game. And she’d better survive. Because that’s a heck of a lot of money to be able to spend on shoes and handbags and sunglasses and dresses, and, well, it’s hard to be fashionable when you’re dead. Join bestselling author Julie Kenner on a heel-breaking adventure in code-breaking that will bring out the math geek "and" the fashionista in you.
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A mind-bending code spawned from the mind of a madman…or maybe just a jealous ex. A desperate race through the cathedrals and hotels of New York City…with a teeny bit of time for shopping, it’s true. An astonishing truth concealed for years, unveiled at last…with more than a little help from a supercute new guy. As if a recent breakup, scrounging for rent money, and lusting after designer shoes weren’t enough to make graduate student Melanie Prescott’s life challenging, suddenly she’s practically living The Da Vinci Code. A mysterious stranger is sending obscure codes and clues her way and she soon discovers she has to solve them in order to stay alive. With stakes like that, her dissertation on “the derivation and primary characteristics of codes and ciphers used by prevailing nations during wartime” is looking a little less important than it was yesterday. Right now she’s just worrying about living to see tomorrow. The only bright spot in the whole freakish nightmare is Matthew Stryker, the six-foot tall, dark, and handsome stranger who’s determined to protect her. Well, that and the millions of dollars that will be her reward if she survives this deadly game. And she’d better survive. Because that’s a heck of a lot of money to be able to spend on shoes and handbags and sunglasses and dresses, and, well, it’s hard to be fashionable when you’re dead. Join bestselling author Julie Kenner on a heel-breaking adventure in code-breaking that will bring out the math geek and the fashionista in you.
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A mind-bending code spawned from the mind of a madman…or maybe just a jealous ex. A desperate race through the cathedrals and hotels of New York City…with a teeny bit of time for shopping, it''s true. An astonishing truth concealed for years, unveiled at last…with more than a little help from a supercute new guy. As if a recent breakup, scrounging for rent money, and lusting after designer shoes weren''t enough, Melanie Prescott starts receiving obscure codes and clues from a menacing stranger. She attempts to solve the mysteries — enlisting the help of a tall, dark, and handsome new friend — with high hopes for the multimillion-dollar reward guaranteed at the end (handbags, sunglasses, and shoes, oh my!). That is, if she can survive the deadly game.
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A mind-bending code spawned from the mind of a madman…or maybe just a jealous ex.A desperate race through the cathedrals and hotels of New York City…with a teeny bit of time for shopping, it''s true.An astonishing truth concealed for years, unveiled at last…with more than a little help from a supercute new guy.As if a recent breakup, scrounging for rent money, and lusting after designer shoes weren''t enough to make graduate student Melanie Prescott''s life challenging, suddenly she''s practically living The Da Vinci Code. A mysterious stranger is sending obscure codes and clues her way and she soon discovers she has to solve them in order to stay alive. With stakes like that, her dissertation on the derivation and primary characteristics of codes and ciphers used by prevailing nations during wartime is looking a little less important than it was yesterday. Right now she''s just worrying about living to see tomorrow. The only bright spot in the whole freakish nightmare is Matthew Stryker, the six-foot tall, dark, and handsome stranger who''s determined to protect her. Well, that and the millions of dollars that will be her reward if she survives this deadly game. And she''d better survive. Because that''s a heck of a lot of money to be able to spend on shoes and handbags and sunglasses and dresses, and, well, it''s hard to be fashionable when you''re dead.Join bestselling author Julie Kenner on a heel-breaking adventure in code-breaking that will bring out the math geek and the fashionista in you.
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纪梵希 Givenchy 深层性感唇膏 # 105 Brun Vintage 3.4g/0.12oz

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Could Beyonce Be the New Face of Givenchy?

After Beyoncé was seen posing on a Brooklyn rooftop with Givenchy creative director Riccardo Tisci, the fashion rumor mill has started buzzing once again. Might she be the latest star to lend her face to the brand’s ad campaigns?

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In Givenchy during her Mrs. Carter tour.

There’s no question that Beyoncé and the fashion house are fans of each other: The pop icon has worn Givenchy to the Met Gala for the past four years (including her see-through pick from last Monday), and the label has designed costumes for the On the Run and Mrs. Carter tours.

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In Givenchy at this year’s Met Gala.

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In Givenchy at last year’s Met Gala.

Beyond the fact that there’s already a lot of brand love in place, Givenchy’s made it a thing to pick unexpected campaign stars. Eschewing big-name supers or up-and-coming models, the house has recently worked with Donatella Versace and Julia Roberts. And while it wouldn’t be crazy at all to see the official announcement come through, let’s all remember this is currently a lot of speculation. The duo could have been working on an editorial shoot or images for an upcoming album. Or, honestly, just having the most fun friend day ever because that’s what you can do when you’re living the fabulous life of Beyoncé.





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Riccardo Tisci’s New Givenchy Men’s Unit Opens

PARIS — Riccardo Tisci can add lead architect to his list of accomplishments at Givenchy.
The brand’s new men’s flagship in the Marais district here, slated to open to the public today, was conceived by the 40-year-old couturier and underscores how far he has propelled the men’s business, which now accounts for half of Givenchy’s revenues.
Not bad, considering Tisci was a complete newbie when he introduced his first men’s collection for spring 2009, igniting trends to athleticism and androgyny that continue to influence the industry — and drive Givenchy.
“We see men’s as a very strategic business,” said Philippe Fortunato, Givenchy’s chairman and chief executive officer, citing dynamic sales not only in established Western markets, where the brand has historic resonance, but emerging ones as well, particularly China and Korea. “The younger generation is spending much more on themselves.”
While he declined to give first-year sales projections for the 5,000-square-foot unit, Fortunato said: “We have high expectations for this store…It’s the achievement of a well-performing men’s business.”
In his first interview since joining Givenchy last September from Louis Vuitton, Fortunato also disclosed Givenchy has signed leases to open boutiques in two key wholesale markets, the U.S. and Italy:
• In New York, a 4,600-square-foot flagship is

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Givenchy Silver-Tone & Indian Sapphire Huggie Earrings

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Chic and sophisticated; these Givenchy earrings pair well with any outfit in your closet. Imitation rhodium plated-white metal is constructed into petite huggie hoops; embellished all around with pale aqua and Indian sapphire Swarovski stones.
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纪梵希 Givenchy 魅力幻彩聚光眼彩盘-#16 Designer White 3.4g/0.12oz

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