In its latest showing among the pages of the Givenchy Pre-Fall 2012 lookbook, the label shows off its up-and-coming collection through some punk-inspired imagery. Oversized denim shorts, leather pants and jackets, a grey sweatshirt with an image of a rabid rottweiler printed on it and a diverse range of skirts for men are all styled on models Simone Nobili and Willy Cartier in a manner that reflects a urban street-style culture.
Although the photos look like they were taken in cityscapes where one might be a little to intimated to wear the avant-garde styles, this youthful collection, which also has a bit of a hip schoolboy feel to it, is perfect for strutting the streets of downtown. So if you're looking to elevate your cool factor this year, then get yourself some pieces from the Givenchy Pre-Fall 2012 lookbook.
The Givenchy Pre-Fall 2012 Lookbook Breaks Gender Barriers
1. Gender-bending Fashion - The Givenchy collection challenges traditional gender norms and opens up opportunities for gender-inclusive clothing lines.
2. Punk-inspired Fashion - The punk-inspired look can inspire new designs that incorporate rebellious designs inspired by the punk subculture.
3. Street-style Fashion - The Givenchy collection can inspire new streetwear fashion designs that incorporate urban elements and give a youthful edge to fashion.
1. Fashion Industry - The fashion industry can embrace gender-inclusive designs, combine traditional menswear with feminine-inspired details, and champion individuality and self-expression in fashion.
2. LGBTQ+ Fashion - The LGBTQ+ fashion industry can benefit from expanding its audience by creating gender-bending clothing lines that cater to a wider range of customers who do not conform to traditional gender norms.
3. Streetwear Industry - The streetwear industry can draw inspiration from punk culture and urban street-style fashion to create a more rebellious, edgy fashion line that appeals to the younger generation.