Win Givenchy Show Tickets


Remember when Ricardo Tisci opened up the Givenchy guest list to public ballot for the autumn/winter 2015 show? Well it’s happening again. Members of the public can try their luck at winning a seat (maybe not a seat, a place at least) at the label’s October 1st show in Paris. The Paris show ‘lottery’ to win Givenchy show tickets is part of a wider initiative by the brand to become more immersive and forward thinking. A new website which launched this month will offer exclusive limited editions and capsule collections with new pieces dropping every month.The first will drop immediately after Paris Fashion Week and will showcase the White collection, a new variation of the iconic Givenchy Paris design with five pieces. It will count a hoodie, sweater and t-shirt, Pandora mini bag and clutch. Following this, the next capsule collection will be the delightful sounding ‘Mini-Me line’ for grown-ups and children dropping early November. 

Win Givenchy Show Tickets Spring Summer 2018

All you need to do is look out for the competition on the new Givenchy website. According to our news bulletin, entrants have between 10am French time on September 25th until midnight September 27th to upload their details.

More about the ‘New’ Givenchy…

The Spring Summer 2018 runway will be the first show for Givenchy’s new creative director Clare Waight Keller since she moved across from Chloe. “To me, Givenchy is a world where women and men alike are strong, stoic and mysterious. They own their power, and share it equally,” Waight Keller told British Vogue earlier this summer.

Interestingly, the show will consolidate both men’s and womenswear, proving that even a powerhouse like Givenchy is seeking to simplify its structure. All eyes will be on the designer’s new take on Givenchy’s ‘dark edge’ – so finely tuned by her predecessor, Riccardo Tisci. Known for her more feminine and flighty designs at Chloe, Waight Keller was certainly a surprising choice for the Parisian marque but she’s also a chameleonic designer who has worked at Calvin Klein, Ralph Lauren and Gucci in her formative years. Her first campaign for Givenchy released this July, shot by Steven Meisel in New York, was inspired by Hubert de Givenchy’s love of animals – cats and feline looking models lend the imagery some of her signature ‘softness’ but it’s safe to say that she has also embraced a sexier more sensual aesthetic which will please die hard fans of the brand.

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Win Givenchy Show Tickets
Win Givenchy Show Tickets: Steven Meisel for the venerable Parisian house.