It’s known as the Eden, and it comes as a belt pack as well…
At the point when another planner takes the rules at a noteworthy design house, it here and there takes a couple of seasons for them to make their mark. Clare Waight Keller assumed the job of Creative Director at Givenchy over 18 months prior, and a couple of seasons in, it’s protected to state she has made her imprint. Despite the fact that her first huge pack structure for the brand wasn’t absolutely pivotal, Waight Keller has consistently discovered her notch at Givenchy.
For Pre-Fall 2019, the brand presented another sack under Waight Keller’s course, called the Mystic Bag, and for Fall 2019, another new style has risen, and I like it. As per Givenchy’s Instagram, this sack is known as the Eden Bag, and it became the overwhelming focus on the runway at Paris Fashion Week.
This new shoulder pack is either square or rectangular fit as a fiddle, contingent upon the size—and there were a couple of them—with adjusted edges and a fold conclusion. It’s done with what gives off an impression of being a turncock conclusion and the Givenchy logo. There is a small form of the Eden sack just as a belt pack variant, and the sack shows up in different manufactures.