For resort 2013, Riccardo Tisci propelled the theme to new levels of modernity, taking paisley prints in chiffon or silk and working them into electrifying combinations, contrasting them with graphic black-and-white patterns. The effect was superb, at times hallucinatory, and clearly showed...

Versace: Now I must ask you, do you have new ideas for Givenchy, or something new for Riccardo Tisci? I think you know what I mean. Tisci: Yes, I know what you mean. You mean what happened at Dior. I don't know what will happen. Sincerely, I feel sorry for John. But for this moment I am...

Riccardo Tisci's fall men's collection for Givenchy didn't have the spanking newness and shock value of last season's tropical escape, and there's a reason why. The designer is apparently in a nostalgic mood, preferring to sample the major themes of his brilliant four years designing men's....

Givenchy collections are as much about the back as they are the front. For his concentrated, 10-look couture show, Riccardo Tisci mashed together his latest obsession, gypsies, with archival Givenchy gowns from the sixties—and the result is a collection in the round. Take, for example, the...

Data centers, in all of their wired wizardry, were the theme for his Chanel show this morning, with laser prints, security-clearance necklaces, hacker caps, and two friendly robots who opened the show. When you think about it, Lagerfeld's intricate tweeds for the house already resemble...

Givenchy's fall ad campaign—shot by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott, styled by Carine Roitfeld—is called The Givenchy Rave for a reason. Stella Tennant, Joan Smalls and the other models aren't having seizures; they're dancing, spinning, and kicking their heels up to club music. And right in the...

Riccardo Tisci has shown an extraordinary ability to churn out must-have pieces and spread a gospel of sports, sex, urban chic, and comfort. Now that this solid foundation has been laid, he feels freer to venture into new territory, which this season meant ditching his somber references and

If you crossed Marie Antoinette with an early-career Debbie Harry, you'd end up with one pissed-off pastel punk rocker—or Chanel's resort 2013 show. Shown yesterday in the gardens of Versailles, Karl Lagerfeld's vision proved to be one of his more provocative in recent seasons. When you're...

Phoebe Philo showed a powerful and masculine resort collection, adhering to the seminal DNA she's established in her three-year tenure at Céline. The mix of leopard and leather is a perfect example of her refined yet dramatic luxury—directional enough to excite editorial, but still offering...

While Vetements is not the first label to make ample use of collaborations (Comme des Garçons has been doing it for years), it's certainly the first to put them all on the runway at the same, all sharing the same space. It remains to be seen how exactly logistics and delivery play out, or...

 

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