Givenchy and Givenchy Haute Couture were represented at the Costume Institute Gala that celebrated the opening of the exhibition ‘In America: A Lexicon of Fashion’ at the Metropolitan Museum of Art on Monday (September 13) in New York with two attendees.
We are yet to see a full Haute Couture collection from Givenchy’s new creative director Matthew M. Williams but judging by Jessica Chastain’s Toronto Film Festival gown and Kendall Jenner’s look, perhaps we will see one for the Spring 2022 Haute Couture season.
Kendall Jenner’s custom Givenchy Haute Couture illusion tulle dress which was fully embroidered with crystals, crystal flowers and crystal fringes, is a work of art.
As a child I used to be fascinated by Victorian lampshades, and both the silhouette and the embellished fringe details recall those memories.
In this lampshade path I’m going down, Kendall’s corset reminds me of the scalloped bell lamp frames.
I don’t think this will go down well with the majority – as you’ve expressed how tired you are of seeing celebrities in their underwear.
I wish her panties were a little more invisible. Maybe nude Skims leggings would’ve worked.
Matching embroidered gloves, and Givenchy beige leather sandals completed her look.
Finneas O’Connell is becoming quite the one to watch when it comes to menswear.
The singer-songwriter wore a custom Givenchy red suit featuring a blazer with the designer’s signature U-Lock.
The styling, which included a red balaclava embroidered with red crystals and red patent leather boots, sold this look to me.
It looks like necklaces over a shirt is becoming a new trend in menswear.
He was decked out in a Cartier [Sur]naturel High Jewelry necklace, 18k rose gold, diamonds, gray mother-of-pearl, coral, a Santos de Cartier watch and Panthère de Cartier rings and a Clash de Cartier ring.
I’m excited to see what he nexts brings to the red carpet.