Givenchy Couture Fall 2015
June 27, 2015 - fall Denim
Riccardo Tisci pre-empted Paris couture week with 10 exits, culminating with Naomi Campbell in a sparkly blazer and small else.
“Bad boys and bad girls,” was how Riccardo Tisci summed adult his co-ed Givenchy show: jail stripes and imperishable workwear for him: gossamer edging couture gowns for her as a engineer pre-empted Paris couture week with 10 exits, culminating with Naomi Campbell in a sparkly blazer and small else.
Here was another absolute tour from Tisci — considerable in a patience he used in exploring a jail theme, and in a couture refinement he practical to sharp, hyper-masculine tailoring and streetwise sportswear alike.
Tisci’s self-declared “obsession” with American workwear was plain in his use of automechanic colors, bandanas and overalls, climaxing with a couture chronicle of a latter for her, stimulating bondage demarcating a stitching.
“If this doesn’t move denim back, zero will,” one guest pronounced afterward, referring to a brawny sapphire coats with leather trim, a gaunt color-blocked jeans, and a dark blue or spark black denim boiler suits, resounding images of Jesus on a cross-embedded in a fabric.
The eremite imagery, stripes and checks were a categorical imitation stories, though did not upstage new shapes: boxy T-shirts and scrubs, despotic dress Bermudas and strong-shouldered suits and topcoats. Bucking a slump trend, Tisci’s tailoring was all accurate lines and compress fabrics — not an unit of fat in sight.
This alfresco uncover had a common electricity — The Martinez Brothers spinning dark-hearted beats as models stormed over steel staircases and by steel cells.
Tisci’s finished 10 years during Givenchy, and he has turn one of a pillars of a men’s season.