Backstage: Behind Givenchy's RTW, couture and men's fall/winter 2016 collections
Up close and personal
If one had to pigeon hole Riccardo Tisci, he'll without a doubt be the master of all things dark and provocative. During his 11 year stint (and counting) at Givenchy, the Italian design prodigy has gone where little have dared — marrying unlikely cultural influences (think: Chola meets Victorian) and turning religious iconography on its head. This fall 2016, Tisci takes us back to a time Before Christ, alongside a sartorial manifesto on freedom and a distinct, quiet beauty plied in the realm of couture.
Cue the Eye of Horus emblazoned across luxurious silks, graphical tributes to Berlin's club kids, and a showcase of the atelier's laser-sharp precision. Behind-the-scenes, these backstage images are testament to the smorgasbord of textural fabrics, fantastical details, and all-round cornucopia of signature Tisci brilliance that goes into a Givenchy show. Enjoy.
#FirstClassFriday: The Horizon bag from Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci
Highlights from PFW fall/winter 2016 — Day 6 (ready-to-wear)
Highlights from Paris Couture spring 2016 — Day 4 (haute couture)
Highlights from PMFW fall/winter 2016 — Day 3 (menswear)