CURTAIN CALL: Amelia Gray Hamlin is once more striking a pose for Givenchy, this time for its spring womenswear campaign, released Monday.
According to the brand, the model “embodies the graceful, feminine glamour of this season’s sharply tailored statement pieces.” She was previously featured in Givenchy’s holiday 2023 campaign, alongside Kit Butler.
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Echoing the spring’s bright white runway, Hamlin posed against pristine curtains for a series of images that see her don designs from the penultimate collection designed by former creative director Matthew M. Williams, who exited the brand on Jan. 1.
The outfits Hamlin dons range from an oversized tailored jacket and matching skirt to a beige gown printed with irises nodding to the floral leitmotiv of the season to a filmy black chiffon number.
Elsewhere, the season’s ample overcoats come layered over lightweight knits paired with miniskirts and shorts.
On the accessories front, Hamlin is sporting the Shark Lock thigh-high boots, several iterations of the Voyou handbag, the sculptural Cut-Out purse and eyewear.
The Givenchy spring campaign was shot by photographer Kacper Kasprzyk and styled by Carine Roitfelt, while the season’s videos were directed by Nicolo Terraneo.
Hamlin, who is the daughter of reality TV star Lisa Rinna, has recently burnished her credentials as a fashion darling. She most recently walked Chanel’s spring 2024 couture show and has taken turns on the runway for the likes of Balenciaga, Vivienne Westwood, Max Mara and Tod’s.
She’s also appeared in a number of campaigns including DKNY for fall 2023 and Motorola’s “Flip the Script” series.
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