Givenchy and Clare Waight Keller announce the end of their collaboration, which began in 2017. Coming from Chloé, she then took over from Riccardo Tisci. The Parisian house and the British artistic director, in charge of Haute Couture and Women’s and Men’s ready-to-wear, have jointly communicated their decision on their respective Instagram accounts.
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Cover image credit: © Clare Waight Keller, Instagram Givenchy