Far from the sophisticated style that we are accustomed to Riccardo Tisci, the Autumn-Winter 2013/2014 of Givenchy is amazing for its striking prints and the clear mention of childhood with Disney characters. And after eight years in the house, the Creative Director of the French company wanted to do something different.
Highlights oversize sweatshirts and sweaters with very striking mix of prints, from animal print to flowers through ethnic touches too exaggerated, especially when accompanied by loud colors like yellow, representing the Victorian style.
Whenever I go to the archives of Givenchy. By chance I found things I did when I was younger. It was one of the funniest collections I've done in my career.
The child side we see Bambi on hooded protagonist, combined with stylish pencil skirts with bold slits. Undoubtedly the most stylish part of the parade. And is that the skirts also see with sensual transparencies, my preferred proposals, along with female coats.
What I found less successful were the looks itself, as each model wore too many clothes on each output, leading to extremely baroque styling.