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Givenchy's Fall 2018 Ad Campaign Celebrates the Thrill of the Night

Clare Waight Keller takes us into an underground club for her latest seasonal offering.
Givenchy Fall 2018. Photo: Steven Meisel 

Givenchy Fall 2018. Photo: Steven Meisel 

Clare Waight Keller takes to the club with her Fall 2018 ad campaign for Givenchy. Titled "Night Noir," the black-and-white Steven Meisel-lensed images showcase a group of partying models. It's a gritty scene in what looks like an underground club, where the models seduce the camera with their trashed sort of glamour. 

Waight Keller recruited her go-to hair and makeup duo, Guido Palau and Pat McGrath, to aid in creating this sleekly elegant portrait of a night at the club and its inhabitants. The campaign stays true to Waight Keller's ready-to-wear collection of the same name, in the way it echoes the edginess and mystery of the classic film noir genre, but with a touch of carefree romance.

"I wanted to capture the reality of the modern couple in all its diversity: amid a bustling scene or on a crowded dance floor, these urban characters always manage to find each other and flock together in the dark," Meghan Markle's favorite designer said in a statement. "I loved the idea of capturing a Givenchy romance through Steven Meisel's masterful cinematic lens." 

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