Mitchell’s imagery is directly inspired by Irving Penn’s famous “corner portraits,” capturing models Amelia Gray and Kit Butler in the acute angular space where walls intersect. Supported by the styling, which features elegant and shining pieces subtly geared towards holiday celebration, the energy of the characters fills this confined space.
No other direct nods are made to the holiday season, with the campaign instead maintaining a simple and stylish focus on its tight edit of looks that are primed to make a statement at Christmas and New Year’s Eve parties. It’s an approach that fits in with Givenchy’s spirit of synthesizing elegance and edge, pointing quietly to the spirit of the season but doing so in a subtle way that stays true to the brand’s identity.
Givenchy Creative Director | Matthew M. Williams Creative Director | Jean-Baptiste Talbourdet-Napoleone Photographer | Tyler Mitchell Models | Amelia Gray and Kit Butler Stylist | Max Pearmain Hair | Damien Boissinot Makeup | Christelle Cocquet
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