Low Key vs. Logos: 5 Givenchy Designs for All Your Elegant Looks
Understated and chic.
IMAGE Givenchy

From afar, those eight letters look like faint marks. After all, Givenchy thrives in discretion, which works well with bag lovers’ changing tastes: Logo bags have been replaced with low-key designs.

Supple leather, choice hardware, and geometric cuts speak well of Givenchy’s interpretation of elegance. It is always current and sometimes a little bit rebellious.

Most distinct feature: Flap patterned after the silhouette of a bow

Edgy and geometric, the Bow Cut is the cool woman's answer to an envelope clutch for a cocktail event. It comes in various surfaces: two-toned, cross-emblazoned, and shiny leather.

Most distinct feature: Triangular brand plate

Antigona is the kind of structured bag that mingles well with a leather jacket or a ruffle top. It's part polished CEO, part urban traveler. Whether in black calf or violet nubuck, this versatile bag deserves pairings with your everyday looks.

Most distinct feature: Color block front

The Antigona's most famous detail is enlarged in Duetto. The reverse triangle flap is a playful touch, and so is the confection of colors—the perfect excuse to break up an all-black ensemble.

Most distinct feature: Teardrop handle

The Nightingale bag, with its sturdy handle, is best carried by the crook of your arm. Its soft leather makes for a slouchy shape that is best paired with jeans.

Most distinct feature: Wide arrow-shaped enclosure

The Nobile bag gives crocodile or black leather a touch of youth. The long handle transforms it into a casual bag, although it is equally appropriate as an evening bag, thanks to its gilded enclosure.

Givenchy is located at Greenbelt 4, Shangri-La Plaza East Wing, and Solaire.


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