Givenchy Catwalk Fashion Show Paris Womenswear SS2014
No bold, graphic shirts and mad fabrics, but a restrained and almost calm collection. Riccardo Tisci thought it was time to do something different. Since he was thinking alot of Africa and Japan, he let those to cultures clash for ss2014. “It’s a car crash of the two cultures —the fragility of Japan and the draping of Africa,” he said to the international fashionpress. To underline his point he had a smoking pileup of vintage Benzes, BMWs, and Jaguars in the center of the runway.
The clothes were elegant with Kimono-inflected suits with twisted lapels, flaring sleeves, and interplays of matte and shine, also with a kamagra online filmy little layer between jacket and pants. Dresses were draped a hundred different ways: from a ring below the throat to a a rugged leather strap slung over the shoulders like suspenders. Tisci showed them in stretch jersey, embroidered or pleated and strewn with sequins.