Givenchy’s new Haute Couture collection was a love affair between women and flowers, using the garden as a metaphor for lives lived and seasons gone by.

A wide range of silhouettes, styles, and details made up the new designs, each standing on their own, but brought together by the idea of the flora—in shape, color, and movement. Reminiscent of a field of wild daisies, we saw a strapless dress cascading with yellow appliqued flowers in ombre, ending in a bare white train.

Embodying the shape of a calla lily, some styles were hooded in giant petal-like veils—like an all-blue dress styled with a single duster earring, or a white lace dress worn by Kaia Gerber. Other looks we loved included a wisteria-colored gown with structured ruffles and sleeves in pleated organza and a tuxedo-esque look in black and white with a belt and shoulders that unfolded like rose petals.

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