Givenchy’s Black Leather Loafers Are a Sign of New Beginnings

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Givenchy has unveiled a pair of luxury black leather loafers in what looks like the start of new beginnings when it comes to footwear for the French fashion house.

In his short tenure as Givenchy’s creative director, Matthew M Williams has already reinvigorated the brand — most recently with the launch of the Giv 1 sneaker — but now draws on traditional Celtic motifs like the symbol of new beginnings for the leather loafer’s logo that elegantly dresses its heel.

Crafted in Italy using 100% premium lambskin, each shoe boasts a comfortable almond toe with an elasticated cuff for a comfortable slip-on style, while each pair is completed with the silver tone emblem plaque.

Givenchy’s black leather loafers are available to buy now from Browns Fashion, retailing at $895 USD.

In other footwear news, here’s a closer look at Rick Owens’ upcoming collaboration with Birkenstock.

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