After three years at the helm, the British designer steps down from her position as Artistic Director at the legendary Parisian couture house.
Following a three year tenure at the helm of the iconic Parisian couture house, Givenchy, British designer and stylist Clare Waight Keller has stepped down from her role as Artistic Director. Beginning her time with the luxury label with their Resort 2018 collection, Keller was lauded for her decision to shift the brand's aesthetic back toward their famed elegant stylisation in a response to Ricardo Tisci's streetwear-influenced era.
With a foundation in suiting and experience as Creative Director at Chloé, Keller's eye for detail and refined sensibility introduced Givenchy to a new sphere of fans, cultivating a bold visual style that blended classic menswear with a contemporary use of text and graphics. Following her final runway show with Givenchy, AW20, Keller has yet to reveal her future plans. Givenchy have not announced a replacement for the Artistic Director role.