A four-seat Cessna airplane, exploding in four directions was at the center of Givenchy’s circular catwalk, an installation by Dutch artist Paul Veroude. WWD questionned: “Was it a signal of the military undercurrent in Riccardo Tisci’s spring men’s wear, full of multi-pocket aviator jackets dangling ripcord zipper pulls? Or was it perhaps symbolic of a designer pulled in too many directions?”. See the show after the jump and discover that its closer of the latter presumption with a lot of different influences, jumping from schoolboy short sets to black skullcaps from a bygone era of hip-hop. But Tisci stayed focus on sharp lines and slim tailoring.