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Low Key Vs. Logos: 5 Givenchy Designs for All Your Elegant Looks

Understated and chic.
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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.

BOW CUT

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.

ANTIGONA

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.

DUETTO

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.

NIGHTINGALE

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.

NOBILE

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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