Womenswear: Givenchy Fall/Winter 2014-2015
This season, Riccardo Tisci turns the page at Givenchy by redefining his version of the "Bon Ton". This collection is a new mix between Riccardo Tisci soul and Givenchy's DNA: animals, geometry, prints and masculine / feminine.
With emotion and respect, he reveals a new face of glamour: an explosion of creativity highlighted to haute Couture savoir faire.
For the FW14 women's collection Riccardo Tisci takes inspiration from the 40's silhouette. The women, elegant and very feminine, propose a modern vision of freedom and good taste in a very intimate and classic way. The skirts are pleated; furs luxuriant and chiffon dress all-over butterflies, leopard and snakeskin print.
Indeed, he has in mind a woman in love with urban style and keen on Couture as seen by pairing a multicolor embroidered pearls top with high waist trousers from the FW14 men’s collection. Riccardo Tisci thus reinterprets the classic wardrobe: a cashmere twin set, astrakhan coat; velvet high-waist skirt, black sheer gloves and tight, thin snakeskin belts and gold jewels.
This new interpretation of chicness reveals the new face of the contemporary, aristocratic woman.
Photos and information: givenchy.com
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