French fashion house Givenchy can thank Riccardo Tisci for a number of things since he took the reigns in 2005, but perhaps the most notable is the rich sense of romanticism in his design language. The Italian designer continues to channel a raw, primal energy for the label’s Fall/Winter 2015 collection, offering up a fantastic bevy of men’s suiting and Frankenstein-patched silhouettes. Tisci’s man makes use of pitch black pointed shirts and suiting, offset in some cases by blood red trim at the edges. Elsewhere, the line makes a turn for the savage, with a striking black-to-blood-red gradient unifying a shirt and sweater capsule. Tisci also ostensibly looks to traditional silk weaves for the collection, making use of rich geometric patterns that assert a legacy of luxury – fitting for the historic French label. Enjoy this look at Givenchy’s latest here and look for this line to arrive in stores later this year.