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Givenchy 2015 Spring/Summer Collection

Hanging over Givenchy‘s 2015 spring/summer runway showing was a small aircraft exploding in four directions – an installation by Dutch artist Paul Veroude. As WWD questioned, “Was it a signal of the military undercurrent in Riccardo Tisci’s spring menswear, full of multi-pocket aviator jackets [with] dangling ripcord zipper pulls? Or was it perhaps symbolic of a designer pulled in too many directions?” If you have already browsed through the above images, you may end up agreeing with the latter presumption as influences seem to jump from schoolboy short sets to black skullcaps from a bygone era of hip-hop. What remains constant throughout the collection however, is Tisci’s focus on sharp lines and slim tailoring – a deviation from the looser, free-flowing fits that seem to be trending for next year. Additional details include the return of Givenchy’s flower print, wandering stripes, pearl-encrusted pieces, lace-heavy boxing boots and so much more. Be sure to let us know what you think of the range below.

Author: Staff  /  Source: Style.com
Date: Jun 28, 2014  /  Views: 267
Category: Style  /  Tags: Fashion, Givenchy