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GIVENCHY Haute Couture Fall/Winter 2012
GIVENCHY Haute Couture Spring/Summer 2012
GIVENCHY Haute Couture Fall/Winter 2011
GIVENCHY Haute Couture Spring/Summer 2011
GIVENCHY Haute Couture Fall/Winter 2010
21/12/2012. Is it the last day? YES. When I heard the news that Givenchy will stop Haute Couture’s presentation. What a day. I really don’t know what behind the scene, when all the press and editorial adored Givenchy Couture and Givenchy also shifted down the presentation’s scale to very exclusive size. From my point of view, Givenchy Haute Couture is exquisite but wearable compare to other Couture house but seem less customer appreciate than we expect, isn’t it? To be cleared, Givenchy will not present its presentation on January’s schedule but still producing the line especially when Ricardo Tisci co-hosting MET gala in this upcoming year. This might be opted to be a greater platform than usual Couture in Paris.
According to Vogue.co.uk, Givenchy is taking a break from creating its couture presentation and will not show during the Paris schedule in January.
While it’s not yet known how long the intended hiatus is, the brand has confirmed that Riccardo Tisci will continue to produce one-off couture dresses for high-profile red carpet events – such as the 2013 Costume Institute Ball next May.
The brand stopped presenting large-scale couture catwalk shows in 2010, preferring instead to stage a more intimate presentation. Givenchy will continue to concentrate on its ready-to-wear line and has declined to comment on whether there are any plans to create haute couture collections again in the future.