Classic with an edge
Riccardo Tisci departed Givenchy in February this year, making this one of his last collections for the brand.
During his twelve-year tenure as creative director, he brought a dark edge to the label. His menswear was also celebrated for its fashion-forward approach to tailoring.
The Givenchy Pre-Fall 2017 signalled a more casual spirit. Yet it still revolved around three observable qualities of the label: urban, stylish and iconic.
A black colour palette was the focus of the season. More than that, the designs highlighted a sporty feel, in addition to offerings of leather jackets and knitwear adorned with studs or grommets.
Focusing on separates, Givenchy’s man is seen to embrace a decidedly relaxed silhouette. This fresh perspective falls in line with the Parisian fashion house’s new denim collection.