Givenchy Looks to Korean Street Culture to Inspire Spring ’20 Collection

Published on June 16, 2019

Seoul, South Korea is the starting point for Givenchy’s latest outing. The city’s street culture and youth inspire the fashion house’s spring-summer 2020 men’s collection. Artistic director Clare Waight Keller references Seoul’s unique hypersensitivity to fashion and style for the occasion. She blurs the lines between traditional tailoring and athletic-inspired apparel. A relaxed silhouette overtakes the season as a chic casualness strengthens to a well-rounded wardrobe. Long double-breasted coats and baggy trousers complement sneakers, while fitted tanks and wide-leg pants bring to mind the attitude of the ’90s. Meanwhile, vibrant bursts of color such as orange and red offset blue and neutral tones.

Givenchy Spring/Summer 2020 Men’s Collection

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