Combining together haute couture and Tisci's talent in the fashion industry, he presents in Givenchy's latest fashion show, Fall 2010 Couture season, a collection which provides him to improve his skills and develop his signature marks on this label, degrade, fringe and lace along with haute couture's beauty. Check out next this fascinating collection!
09 Jul, 2010
With a background in fashion since 1952, when designer Humbert de Givenchy launched The house of Givenchy and took the first step into fashion industry, he was soon writing history in this artistic chapter. Since then the label has achieved a major success around the world.
The Givenchy luxurious fashion house has reached great popularity after Humbert designed for top major fashion icons that have influenced and changed the entire fashion world and perspective, like the one and only, actress Audrey Hepburn who has wore Givenchy's designs into movies like Breakfast at Tiffany's, Sabrina or How to Steal a Million, the inspiring symbol of fashion for every woman, Jacqueline Kennedy and other iconic figures such as Grace Kelly or Gloria Guinness.
Whenever we think about Givenchy's haute couture collections, all we see in our heads is luxury, glamour, elegance, uniqueness, impressive materials, an entire show presented flawless and classy. Even the name Givenchy expresses everything that haute couture should be about, perfection.
That's why, for the Fall 2010 Couture Collection, Ricardo Tisci kept up with the name and released a stunning presentation that combines together imperial influences along with vintage inspirations into a small 10-piece collection which doesn't need anything more because it brings out the ideal theatrical desire through haute couture clothing.
In Givenchy's Fall 2010 Couture Collection, Ricardo Tisci presents for this new season, an entire show that puts accent mostly on dramatic appearances through glamour and exciting looks that release a flash-back into the past with these feminine and very elegant dresses.
The collection emphasizes this season's new coming trends, from fringes to lace and degrade, all together by forming the most outstanding and surprising line for the Couture Fall 2010 season!
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