Givenchy Fashion Show – Haute Couture Winter 2010

21 passages: it was enough to Riccardo Tisci to hypnotize the audience, taking him into a dreamlike world where fashionistas will struggle to resist the charm of the pieces presented. While at Givenchy Haute Couture oozes modernity and does not hesitate to take some risks, it is not as long as it denigrates the fashionable look of creations …

Incisive, structured and elegantly contemporary and wants entry for Riccardo Tisci; only a muslin cap covering the hair drawn to the young Antonella Graef portends a shift towards more fanciful variations. Between oriental inspirations, equestrian and medieval, models face without eyebrows and black hair then succeed, accessorizing to the extreme in the fourth pass their uniforms wise black raven outlandish Berber ornaments …

Between black velvet jodhpurs and dark muslin Arabian Nights, the presentation takes on a tribal chic twist, quickly confirmed by the arrival of Lara Stone wearing a shimmering skirt high waist, tied under the bust to the so beautiful besides. Never exaggerate, Tisci mixed with dexterity evening codes, fashion details and Arabist influences, giving his creations a singular aura infinitely desirable.

As is often the creator, carbon monochrome then give way to some subtle beige lightning, which materialize here as long sleeves glazed tart jewels and sets the Tisciennes asymmetries.

Then appears a majestic princess sheath infused carmine, adorned with a multitude of nude bracelets and some ethnic gothic rings. Here we witness the materialization of a neo elegance where the blending of influences sublime figure.

Slowly, the fantasy takes hold then the stone catwalk. Thus Karlie Kloss appears cosmic bride coyly veiled immaculate muslin, skull set with interstellar tiara.

However, Tisci does not forget to offer its fans an interesting variation of his favorite themes. We thus find sets jodhpur satin / coat embroidered with Gothic and pendants Jodhpur / bib with golden chains, which will soon be on the Vogue’s girls …

Transfigured into virgin Statue of Liberty, Mariacarla Boscono closing a show that, without wanting 100% Haute Couture, sustainable fashion will impact our conscience …

 

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