After 12 years at the helm of the dreamy Parisian label, Riccardo Tisci passed the Givenchy baton to Chloé-alum Clare Waight Keller, who showed her chops for the very first time with Spring '18. Now, she's given her second collection.

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Meeting with founder Hubert de Givenchy prior to the show, Waight Keller presented her interpretation of his vision: animal themes and dynamic shoulders, both of which is obvious in her debut collection for the band. Crocodile-textured trenches and oversized furs were the name of the game, along ever-chic dropped lapel pieces and fringe dresses. It's a 1920s flapper goes on safari and we could not be more about it.

Check out backstage photos of the collection, below.

Photography: Sonny Vandevelde

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