Irama, one of the most interesting voices of the new Italian music scene and fourth classified at the 72nd Sanremo Festival with “Wherever you will be”, wore five Givenchy dresses designed by Matthew M. Williams on the stage of the Ariston Theater.
The first is a Black leather multi-pocket sleeveless jacket worn with black wool tailored coat with matching trousers, black wool sleeveless shirt and black leather boots with 4G buckle.
The second one is White crochet cobweb knit hoody worn with black denim with stonewashed effect, silver G chain necklace and black leather boots with 4G buckle.
the third one is Black wool & mohair sleeveless multi-pocket jacket and black wool sleeveless tailored jacketworn with matching trousers and black leather boots.
It’s the turn of Black Chito printed denim jacket with matching denim trousers worn with black leather lace-up combat boots with metal 4G buckle, silver lock 4G necklace and silver G-chain necklace.
Last one is a Black wool tailored jacket with matching trousers worn with black cotton tank top, embellished silver pixel top and black leather boots.
The story of Givenchy
Founded in 1952 by Hubert de Givenchy, the French maison has always been synonymous with elegance, sensuality and romanticism.
In June 2020, Givenchy openeda new chapter in its history with the appointment of Matthew M. Williams as creative director of the men’s and women’s collections. A self-taught designer, Williams brought attention to detail as well as an intuitive understanding of tailoring, technology and integrity in fashion. His talent for translating cultural trends into high fashion, coupled with his vision of the House’s timeless attitude and inclusive charm, made him the ideal steward to advance the Givenchy legacy in a modern way.
Launched in 2017 by the well-known French luxury house, the children’s series by Givenchy Kids has been added in recent years. The line was born as a “mini” version of the adult collection … always bordering on a streetwear collection and designed for both boys and girls.
Among the latest operations in chronological order by Givenchy there is also a partnership with Thélios (a company specialized in the luxury eyewear sector of the LVMH group) for the design, development, production and global distribution of the eyewear collections signed by the brand starting from 1 January 2022. The agreement followed the license with Safilo, which lasted from 1 January 2016 to 31 December 2021