Riccardo Tisci infused a tribal aesthetic into Givenchy’s spring collection. Romantic draping, metal fabrics and earthy colors were a major focus of the new season. Prints were minimized compared to past seasons and the result was a spring outing rooted in a focus on design.
Archives for 2013
Givenchy’s Tribal Spring – For Givenchy’s spring 2014 collection, Riccardo Tisci moved away from the Bambi prints of last season for something more subtle. The result was an outing of modern elegance with an undercurrent of tribal influence stemming from the Asian and African continents. The Givenchy woman embraces an earthy color palette for spring;… [Read More]
Kenzo: Back to Blue – Inspired by the ocean and open water for spring 2014, Kenzo designers Humberto Leon and Carol Lim showcased a collection of sea colors and patterns for their latest outing. Since taking over in 2012, the design duo has introduced a new energy and youthfulness to the brand and it was… [Read More]
Cover to Cover – Bi-annual glossy French Revue de Modes taps a group of up and coming models for its fall-winter issue shot by Thierry Le Goues. Beauties Mackenzie Drazan, Athena Wilson, Elisabeth Erm, Ruby Jean Wilson, Bara Holotova, Yulia Serzhantova, Soo Joo, Pauline Hoarau, Lara Mullen, Masha Philipova and Flaviana Matata pose in mostly… [Read More]
Celine Goes Abstract – Normally known for her restraint and minimalism, Celine creative director Phoebe Philo did away with the understated and went for a more maximalist approach at the label’s spring 2014 presentation. The designer cited Italian photographer Brassai as inspiration for the prints, evoking the images of graffiti he took in the 1930s…. [Read More]