Drawing in the Givenchy archives a certain classicism, convening Catholic influences / goth its own beginnings and sprinkle everything with a good dose of this minimalist floating in the zeitgeist, Riccardo Tisci delivers a collection this season with accents striking fashion.
Givenchy girl forgot to sexyness flush skin for the summer of 2013, it is more subtle adopting a nun look chic not without a touch of eroticism. Opening his show on a baby blue dress with ruffled collar and sleeves asymmetric Tisci soon also not the tone.
Flying between pure glamor, length wise, games armholes and necklines conceptual, cloakroom claw and Paris assumes religiosity away, mingling with elegant black and white pallet lines sometimes blurred, sometimes sharp.
We note in passing that the beginnings of dark gothic Tisci succeeded by light version of his famous “Italian Catholic grammar.” Highlighted by metallic clamps and fasteners moult, it flirts with luxury materials stitching, giving it a timeless as delicate as unifying.
And if the sleeves blazers “butterfly” struggling somewhat to seduce, dresses and blouses who received the same treatment does not lack for their prettiness. Not to mention multiple overlays (echoing outfits priests celebrating the Sunday), which are all contemporary beauty by focusing on minimalism with the scent more sensual than ever.
In perfect harmony with that seen on the podium Balenciaga, femininity both inspiring and moving sculptural acclaimed Tisci here highlights a glamorous relieved of any superficiality, which can ultimately make that fly.