Givenchy’s Fall 18 Campaign ‘Night Noir’ is All ’80s Berlin

Photography by Steven Meisel for Givenchy

 

Givenchy’s Fall / Winter 18 campaign, shot by Steven Meisel, takes the brand’s leathery, architectural collection and places it in the black-and-white, dramatic world of (an albeit much younger, more modern version) a noir film.

Creative Director Clare Waight Keller drew upon ’80s Berlin clubbing in creating her shoulder pad-filled, sensual collection – so it only makes sense for the actual setting of the campaign to mimic that – though the party scenes could really take place anywhere. The images comes accompanied by an aesthetically corresponding short film.

 

 

 

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