Givenchy Enters the Digital Fashion Landscape With New NFT Collection

Including a series of 15 works in collaboration with graphic artist Chito.

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Under the direction of creative director Matthew M. Williams, Givenchy is entering the digital fashion landscape with its new NFT collection in collaboration with graphic artist Chito.

The new endeavor is the second time the duo has worked together following their initial collaboration for Givenchy’s Spring 2022 pre-collection. Developed by Williams and Chito, the series includes 15 NFTs featuring eye-catching airbrushed characters and symbols, which were also utilized for Givenchy’s Spring 2022 pre-collection.

“I’ve been wanting to explore this new and exciting space of NFTs,” said Matthew M. Williams. “The fact that Chito is already active in the ecosystem made it feel even more natural for us to collaborate on this limited series and bring our collective vision for Givenchy even further.”

The Chito x Givenchy NFT collection will go on sale on November 23 on the NFT platform, OpenSea.

In other news, CGI™ 2021 launches its full debut collection.

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