The tribal attitude mingled with the haute couture dignity is the result of Givenchy Spring/Summer 2016. The intricacy of laced constructions is not only presented on the signature attires, but also on the imaginative masks created by Riccardo Tisci. The face – wear is designed from precious embroideries – complex and labyrinthine patterns and meticulous oramentation. Continue reading FASHION FOCUS: Givenchy Faces – Spring/ Summer 2016 RTW.
Givenchy fall / winter 2012 ad campaign captured by creative duo of photographers Mert Alas & Marcus Piggott is maintained in the specific mode of Givenchy rave presenting ritzy edge in the dynamic postures and dance features by the models Stella Tenant, Joan Smalls, Stef van der Laan, Daniela Braga, Simone Nobili, Jarrod Scott & Rodrigo Braga. The energetic click is juxtaposed with the real photography convention presented outdoors. The distinctive styling accentuating the androgynous twist of the collection was prepared by for Carine Roitfeld.
Photography by Mert Alas & Marcus Piggott
Stylist: Carine Roitfeld
Models: Stella Tenant, Joan Smalls, Stef van der Laan, Daniela Braga, Simone Nobili, Jarrod Scott & Rodrigo Braga
Make up: Lucia Pieroni
Hair: Luigi Murenu
Creative director: Riccardo Tisci
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One of the most distinctive features during the Haute Couture presentations for Spring/Summer 2012 season was a remarkable collection of Givenchy accompanied with the impressive nostril piercing. This element successively merged the architectural wit, punk attitude and Ancient inspirations unveiling the edgy sophistication of the house through the artful costumes of Givenchy.
The nose ring was presented for the first time during the Menswear fashion show for Fall 2012. It was a well-directed prelude depicting the nose element on minotaur – inspired men silhouettes as well as the heroine accents in the mannish line. A strong factor of tribalism was translated into our times with the edgy elegance and mythological perception of power merging sporty styles with masculine skirts and urbane tailoring.
The nostril ring presented in both collections resembles the face decoration of Ancient civilizations including the tribes of Mayas, Incas and Aztecs as the attribute of power and cruel attitude. The nose ring managed to have a long legacy in the tribal culture of Native Americans tribes, India and Tibet as well. What was intended to be a fierce appearance in the primeval, times nowadays can be regarded as a smart way to enhance the high-fashion performance. This is clearly visible in the magazine editorials and covers how the fashion visuals are enhanced with the nostril rings from Givenchy depicting a new exquisite definition of tribal refinement.