Cate Blanchett at the 10th Annual Dubai International Film Festival, Image Courtesy of Getty/Givenchy
Cate’s Givenchy Moment – Australian actress Cate Blanchett showed that jumpsuits are amazing for every occasion with this Givenchy spring-summer 2014 strapless jumpsuit worn at the 10th Annual Dubai International Film Festival on December 7th. The blonde star paired the look with nappa leather and lace sandals also from the brand.
Cate Blanchett at Harper’s Bazaar Woman of the Year Awards / Image courtesy of Givenchy/Getty
Cate in Givenchy – Actress Cate Blanchett attended Harper’s Bazaar UK’s “Women of the Year” Awards yesterday in London, England. For the event, the blonde star opted to wear a walnut crepe jersey dress with embroidered cuffs from Givenchy’s spring 2014 collection. Cate paired the look with nappa leather sandals, also from the label.
Givenchy’s Bambi Season – Every season there are always those memorable pieces that are seen everywhere from red carpets to magazine covers, and for fall, one of those designs is the Givenchy Bambi print sweatshirt. Celebrities like Beyonce, Carine Roitfeld and Lily Collins wore the look in candids. And magazines including Vogue and Madame Figaro featured the bold piece on their covers. Check out our roundup of Givenchy “Bambi” looks.
Julianne in Givenchy – Actress Julianne Moore attended the world premiere of her new film “Carrie”, held in Hollywood on October 7th. The star opted to wear a white Givenchy gown from the label’s fall 2013 collection designed by Riccardo Tisci. Julianne paired the look with a purse from the label and jewelry from Harry Winston.
Givenchy’s Tribal Spring – For Givenchy’s spring 2014 collection, Riccardo Tisci moved away from the Bambi prints of last season for something more subtle. The result was an outing of modern elegance with an undercurrent of tribal influence stemming from the Asian and African continents. The Givenchy woman embraces an earthy color palette for spring; shades of brown, green and deep red were splashed over draped fabrics. The metallic trend which has made a number of appearances during Paris Fashion Week took shape in the form of shiny separates or gleaming gowns. Accessories were similarly tribal influenced; flat sandals and sequin-adorned bags folded in square-ish shapes had a no-fuss attitude.
Cate in Givenchy – Continuing with her promotion of the film, “Blue Jasmine”, actress Cate Blanchett attended the London premiere of the movie earlier today. The Australian star opted to wear a gown from Givenchy’s fall-winter 2012 haute couture collection. We think the dress’ shimmering embroidery and column silhouette make this a winning look.
Amanda in Givenchy – Face of Givenchy’s “Very Irresistible” fragrance, Amanda Seyfried, wore the label to the screening of her film “Lovelace” on July 30th in New York City. The pleated, knee-length dress is from the resort 2014 collection of Givenchy. Amanda paired the look with retro curls and red lips as well as shoes from the brand.
New Religion – Online fashion retailer FORWARD by Elyse Walker taps Daniela Braga for its latest editorial highlighting pre-fall designer apparel. The shoot uses Givenchy’s Le Makeup collection for beauty with images which evoke religious themes, modern gothicism and the architecture of Japanese artist Tadao Ando. Designs from the likes of Valentino, Versus, Chloe and Alexander McQueen stand out with creative direction and photography by Sara Marija Saric.
Amanda in Red – Amanda Seyfried stepped out at the recent Shiseido ‘Clé de Peau Beauté’ Dinner held on June 6th, 2013. The blonde actress opted for a red, floor-length dress from Givenchy’s pre-fall 2013 collection designed by Riccardo Tisci.
Adriana in Givenchy – Brazilian model Adriana Lima stepped out to attend the 2013 CFDA Fashion Awards held yesterday. The Victoria’s Secret beauty wore a long skin-coloured tulle dress embroidered with brown and purple paillettes from Givenchy designed by Riccardo Tisci. Adriana paired the look with a black paillettes minishort and black eel leather shark lock sandals.