Clare Waight Keller of the House of Givenchy has brought about a revolution in their vision for fashion by putting her own creative element in the designs. Redefining minimalism and simplicity, her designs are the perfect example of understated glamour.
After three amazing years as the captain of the ship, the maestro is stepping down as the Creative Director of the popular Maison.
Signing off with a heartfelt message, the sartorial maven wrote, "As the first woman to be the Artistic Director of this legendary Maison, I feel honored to have been given the opportunity to cherish its legacy and bring it new life. Focusing on a world based on Haute Couture has been one of the highlights of my professional journey. I have shared so many incredible moments with the brilliant Givenchy ateliers and design teams: your exceptional talent and dedication will forever remain in my memories. My heartfelt thanks go out to each of the unsung heroes and heroines behind the scenes, for their contribution from product to communications and retail, and every global team member, partner and supplier in between. Without all of you, I could not have brought my vision for Givenchy to life in such a beautiful way."
She was the sartorial genius behind Duchess of Sussex, Meghan's wedding dress and maternity look. She was also the one who brought the big veil to the runway with her Haute Couture SS20 collection. Take a look:
Sidney Toledano, Chairman and CEO of LVMH Fashion Group, states, “I want to warmly thank Clare Waight Keller for her contribution to Givenchy's latest chapter.
Under her creative leadership, and in great collaboration with its ateliers and teams, the Maison reconnected with the founding values of Hubert de Givenchy and his innate sense of elegance. I wish Clare all the best in her future endeavors.”
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