This season, Creative Director Matthew M. Williams continues to stake out fresh territory for Givenchy women and men. In his introduction campaign for the House, emerging photographer Thibaut Grevet offers a self-assured vision of beauty in all its diversity. Building on Williams’ first season's campaign by Nick Knight, still-lifes recall the vintage, product-centric magazine advertisements of the Nineties.

Shot in a cinematic, chiaroscuro mood, key looks, leather accessories and jewelry appear laced in mystery: whether shown full-length or in closeup, the images convey the House’s modern new outlook through an insightful recasting of House emblems, contrasts of volume and texture, and statement-making hardware.

Monumental proportions are steeped in elegance both lavish and austere, heightening the sense of personal expression and lived reality. Staged in a dramatic black setting, the futuristic glamour of the Fall-Winter 2021 runway resurges. From the dark emerges a striking cast from the Givenchy runway that distills the essence of the season’s silhouettes — the sensuality of shearling, softly enveloping puffers, a strong shoulder, sculptural knitwear — and makes each piece their own.

A feat of architectural form, function, and savoir-faire, the 4G handbag this season fuses Givenchy’s signature polish with a contemporary, urban attitude. Now revisited in soft, padded lambskin textured by perfectly geometric grooving — a finish achieved thanks to an intricate process of high-frequency wave technology — it offers an unexpected, disruptive take on era-defining favorites like biker bombers and Fifties-era car seats. Available in matte black leather or lilac patent leather, it mixes daring hardware with G-chains whose stylized links reflect Matthew M. Williams’ love of unity and interconnectedness.

The visuals has been released online and in print as of August 2021.