Luxury brand is latest firm to become embroiled in political issues involving world's most populous country.
Foreign brands are under increasing pressure from Chinese consumers and regulators to fall into line on contentious issues around Chinese sovereignty.
The announcement comes one day after the fashion brand teased the reveal.
SN Nair says what is said or expressed through innuendo or insinuation can also constitute defamation.
It is 47-year-old Waight Keller's second haute couture collection since she succeeded Riccardo Tisci at Givenchy in March 2017, shortly after leaving rival label Chloe after six years at the helm.
Givenchy was setting the template for ladylike chic in the 1950s and 1960s, dressing everyone from Princess Grace of Monaco to Jane Fonda.
Tisci, the former creative director at Givenchy, will replace Christopher Bailey.
Clare Waight Keller's Paris haute couture debut was highly impressive and won over many critics.