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In this episode, Hillary and Katherine from WhoWhatWear.com will translate the Givenchy Fall 2008 runway collection into ...
wearable fashion that anyone can pull off.
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Hillary Kerr: Welcome to the Who What Wear fashion closet, I am Hillary Kerr.
Katherine Power: And I am Katherine Power. Today we are going to translate one of fall's most fantastic collections into wearable fashion that any of you can pull off.
Female Speaker: The French fashion house showed lots of skin-tight leather pants, romantic ruffled blouses, and smartly shaped little black dresses. All accessories were killer pieces, like statement chain necklaces and strappy gold shoes.
Hillary Kerr: The look at Givenchy involved pounds and pounds of heavy chains, but that doesn't mean you have to weigh yourself down with the exact same necklace. Instead, take it as a suggestion to mix your gold and silver chains over a basic black top or dress.
Katherine Power: Another easy way to resemble a runway collection is to bring in a beauty element from the show. So for Givenchy that means dark eyeliner or shadow to create a smoky look on your eyes.
Hillary Kerr: First up, we have Stella in this awesome pair of leggings by Kova & T. If you don't already have a pair of full leather leggings, they are a staple for fall and they are available at a variety of price points.
Female Speaker: And while Givenchy had all their blouses tucked into the pants, we left hers out, just because it's a little bit more figure friendly, and if you still want to hide more, you can always go with a longer top, or even layer a white tank top underneath.
Female Speaker: We finished the look with a peep-toe pair of booties from Although, they are just like the ones on the Givenchy runway.
Katherine Power: Our second look will work on any body type, but it's still really hot. We gave Danny a sleeveless black dress and a long multi-chain necklace.
Female Speaker: We also loved how the runway showed gold shoes with all black and white outfits, so we gave her a pair to wear with some black opaque tights.
Hillary Kerr: Thanks for watching Who What Wear TV.
Katherine Power: For more fashion inspiration, go to WhoWhatWear.com.