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  • Where Are Bella Hadid's Bottoms in the New Nike Campaign?

    Riccardo Tisci has left Givenchy behind, but his supermodel friends will still follow him anywhere. Case in point: Bella Hadid models his first campaign since the departure, a collaboration with Nike. Hadid shared images from the black-and-white photoshoot on Instagram on Monday morning, featuring the young model posing in a Nike sports bra, sneakers, and questionable bottoms sitting on the lap of Tisci himself.

  • Our 11 Favorite Givenchy Red Carpet Stunners

    Flower power Kim Kardashian received mixed reviews for the flowered Givenchy number she donned to her first Met Ball in 2013. The dress was second-skin tight. It was relentlessly patterned, hugging her pregnant belly. And the gloves?

  • The Designer Responsible for Beyoncé’s and Kim Kardashian’s Best Looks Is Out at Givenchy

    Riccardo Tisci, creative director at Givenchy, confirmed in an exclusive to WWD that he has left the French design house, effective Jan. 31. Beyoncé wears a Givenchy gown by Riccardo Tisci to the Costume Institute Gala at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, May 7, 2012. Tisci spent 12 years as head of Givenchy and is responsible for helping to create some of the most memorable looks for loyal stars such as Beyoncé — who has worn Tisci’s designs to the last five Met Gala events — and Kim Kardashian — who wore a couture Givenchy gown for her 2015 wedding to Kanye West.

  • Riccardo Tisci Touts ‘Serenity, Freedom’ in Spring Givenchy Campaign

    The designer sought to show two sides — one classic, the other wilder — of his collection.

  • The North West Effect: Riccardo Tisci Delivers Givenchy Collection for Babies, Kids

    The debut collection for fall 2017 will be produced and distributed by CWF.

  • Sneaker Heads Rejoice! Riccardo Tisci Reunites With Nike

    As a young boy growing up in Italy, Riccardo Tisci had dreams of becoming a professional basketball player, and Nikes Air Force 1s were his sneakers of choice. It made sense then that his first collaboration with Nike (in 2014) focused on the AirForce 1, which became an instant hit among sneakerheads, street style stars, and fashion editors. Initially released in 1985, the Dunk is a basketball sneaker that was adopted by skaters and the like back in the ′90s.

  • What Is Love? Just Ask the Models In Givenchy’s New Spring 2016 Campaign Video

    This past fall, Givenchy’s Riccardo Tisci staged a runway spectacular in New York — replete with artistic direction by Mariana Abramovic and 1,500 free seats for the fashion-adoring public— as an homage to the city that he adores on September 11th, which also quietly commemorated his tenth anniversary at famed French label. The darkly romantic collection featured 88 looks — both ready-to-wear and haute couture, mainly in shades of black and white — worn by a diverse group of both female and male models that have all served as Tisci muses throughout the course of his tenure. ...

  • Givenchy’s Riccardo Tisci Brings A Much Needed Dose of Fun to Milan Fashion Week

    Riccardo Tisci with Cicciolina, left, and Vogue Italia editor, Franca Sozzani, right. Photo: Thank God for Givenchy! Literally, we are in the middle of Milan Fashion Week and we’ve had nice cocktails and great dinner parties with fun fashion families, but what Milan has been lacking is a damn fun party! That was until last night when Riccardo Tisci rolled into town to open a new Givenchy store and to sit front row at the Versace show.

  • How I Learned to Stop Being a Loser and Love Versace

    When you tell people you’re attending your first-ever Versace show, their eyes light up and they go “Oohhhhhh” in a mischievous way, like you just told someone at the bar it’s your 21st birthday, and this is your first-ever Long Island Iced Tea. They’re basically saying, “you don’t know it, but you’re in for the ride of your life, kid.” I admit that in my head, Versace was a heritage brand, its glory days somewhat behind it. “You don’t understand — Versace is like a religion in Italy,” one editor told me. “You’re going to feel underdressed.” A friend of mine, a fashion director with an haute-vintage style, who’s about as opposite the Versace girl as you can get, surprised me by bouncing into her seat next to me, all smiles: “I love Versace — that and Prada are my only can’t-miss shows in Milan.” Clearly only a snob or a fool would doubt Versace’s import.

  • Meet Antonio Berardi, the Go-to Designer for Tina Fey, Victoria Beckham and Lady Gaga

    Meet Antonio Berardi, the British-Sicilian designer who’s been designing for the past 20 years—and  showed his spring collection today in London—but remains largely underexposed. In 2008, he lent one of his billowing dresses to Lady Gaga for her “Poker Face” video and designed the logic-defying heel-less thigh-high boots Victoria Beckham strutted in at her perfume launch (Also for Beckham, who’s a friend of his, he created the matching purple flower-wrapped outfits she and David changed into for their 1999 royalty-themed wedding reception). In 2013, he made the dress with the sheer-side panels Gwyneth Paltrow wore to the Iron Man 3 premiere (Paltrow later said on “Ellen,” of fact she couldn’t wear underwear with the dress, that “everyone went scrambling for a razor”). “I have my vision of women and how I’d like to see them wearing the dress, but she made them relate to it.” And this year, he designed the tuxedo Golden Globes co-host Tina Fey closed the show in.

  • Outrageous Looks, RuPaul & Lactating Performers: Inside The World Of NY Nightlife Queen Susanne Bartsch

    Susanne Bartsch has been New York’s regnant Queen of the Night since moving here in the early 1980s. Fashion Underground: The World of Susanne Bartsch, a new exhibition at the Museum at FIT in New York curated by Bartsch and FIT’s Valerie Steele, sheds light on her enduring influence. Yahoo Style caught up with the scene queen before the exhibition’s opening night. One is devoted to the early days, when I came to New York in the early ′80s, and the second is about what I wear—my “transformations”—to the nightclubs and events that I create.

  • Jesus Jumpsuits, Kendall Jenner’s Nipples & Naked Naomi Campbell = Just Another Day at Givenchy

    The men’s Spring 2016 runway shows are continuing their run in Paris, and today Givenchy’s Riccardo Tisci gave his audience an eyeful. In a front row where Courtney Love and Kris Jenner were seat mates, Tisci captivated the crowd with both his seasonal menswear and unexpected couture collection featuring 11 sensational looks. Together they made for a curious mix of Americana-meets-streetwear couture-meets-come-hither seductress with a healthy heaping of Jesus.

  • Kendall Jenner, Jessica Chastain, Kanye West & More Cover Vogue Japan With Riccardo Tisci

    One is a teen selfie superstar. The other is an Oscar-nominated, Julliard-trained actress in her 30’s. But Givenchy designer Riccardo Tisci has brought them together, and now it’s kind of everything.

  • 2014 Shoes of the Year

    2014 was the year where comfort triumphed over impossible heels. Sneakers, flats, and boots were all the rage, and although women will never really give up their beloved heels–shout out to Kim K–it was a very laid-back year. Here is a look at the shoes that made us weak at the knees all year.