Nothing quite says opulence like Givenchy accessories, and now the Paris house has readied a comprehensive range of backpacks to ensure you're covered for every occasion. Designed by the legendary Riccardo Tisci, the identity of the men's style has been reformulated to run in tandem with that of the womenswear section, which Tisci also oversees.

Featuring four sets of iconic designs, each pack exemplifies Tisci's penchant for subtle gender bending, despite their inherent differences. The flamboyant "Rider" pack is described as being built with a "New York" vibe in mind and contains five different styles; most striking of which is a floral design and leather tassel finish. Less stylish and more practical is the "Seventeen" duo, which has been designed to show the sportier side of Givenchy man, while the "Backpack" selection meets somewhere in the middle of both and includes the iconic Givenchy primate and stars graphics. Finishing the selection is the "Obsedia" model, which is adapted from the women's version and bears the same name for men.

There's no word on an exact release date for the selection as yet, but expect them to drop in the very near future.

For more on Givenchy, check this article on 10 pieces that sum up 10 years of Riccardo Tisci at the house.

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