Riccardo Tisci designing sheer costumes for the Paris National Opera Ballet’s production of Maurice Ravel’s Boléro, which debuted at the Palais Garnier Thursday 2nd may night. Tisci, creative director of Givenchy, explained in a statement about his designs that he “wanted the dancers to feel naked somehow,” and added that the costumes express the same dark and romantic sensibility seen in his ready-to-wear collections. Find out the costumes in action after the jump.
Givenchy releases a new fragrance for men named, Gentlemen Only. The campaign stars lead of “The Mentalist” Simon Baker alongside model Cameron Russell lensed by renowned photographer Patrick Demarchelier.
Givenchy plans to take a pause from presenting its couture collection according to WWD. Riccardo Tisci won’t show a collection to the press during the next couture week in Paris scheduled from January 21 to 24. Nevertheless, the French fashion house will continue to making high fashion and welcome clients to its salons.
After being appointed as Givenchy‘s creative director in 2005, Tisci has been busy revamping the dusty french couture house, transforming it into a globally and critically acclaimed brand.
Tisci almost instantly brought to Givenchy what Tom Ford once brought to Gucci and Hedi Slimane to Dior: a money-minting black box of creative energy and social capital that’s as enigmatic as it is lucrative, and built in part on his personal reputation.
[dropcap]C[/dropcap]hristie’s France has the honor to present a selection of works of art and sculptures from the Collection of Monsieur Hubert de Givenchy. The exhibition will take place from 11 September to 3 October and will present ten bronzes, busts and vases in gilded bronze and marble comes from Monsieur de Givenchy himself.
[dropcap]E[/dropcap]dward Enninful styled the superb Fall Winter 2012 campaign of our client Lane Crawford that was shot by Nick Knight, featuring Ming Xi, Xiao Wen Ju and Wang Xiao.
All of them hail from China and they’ve all have walked the runways for important labels like Alexander Wang, Christian Dior and Louis Vuitton.
The clothes are mostly from conceptual designers ( sourced by LAMBERT + ASSOCIATES TEAM ) like Haider Ackermann, Givenchy, Lanvin, Balenciaga, Celine and Alexander McQueen with emphasis on the season’s hottest trends like leather, tailored coats and pencil skirts.
Italian fashion designer Riccardo Tisci curates a tectonic rave for his latest Givenchy fall campaign.
Featuring models Stella Tennant, Stef van der Laan, Daniela Braga, Simone Nobili, Jarrod Scott, and Rodrigo Braga, Riccardo has decided to portray the euphoric energy of a rave dance party in the French house’s fall campaign.
“It is about happiness and the freedom of expressing yourself with your body. It shows a dynamic, happy and fun world, which is what fashion needs,” says Riccardo Tisci.
The French fashion house Givenchy marched to Paris Haute Couture, with his amazing Haute Couture collection for the next autumn-winter 2012/2013. The group has devised a series of dream dresses, made with materials and techniques very innovative, modern, cutting edge, for a final result, however, always leads us to the extreme elegance and femininity that the woman wears the mark every time imaginable.
[dropcap]A[/dropcap]dding to their already stunning Spring/Summer apparel campaign, Givenchy has incorporated Gisele Bundchen, Chris Moore and Simone Nobili into their eyewear campaign as well. The images were shot by the talented Mert and Marcus and give off an intense feeling of lust and drama. Though it conjures up a different aesthetic than Givenchy’s clothing campaign, which features the same three models with the addition of Mariacarla Boscono, it compliments the set nicely. Take a look at the Spring/Summer 2012 Givenchy eyewear ad campaign.