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8 Dec

Seven Ways To Wear Fluff, Fuzz And Hair This Winter


Agata Belcen and Nell Kalonji demonstrate how to pull off the hairiest of trends this season, photographed by Jackie Nickerson for AnOther Magazine A/W17

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Long-haired coat by Bottega Veneta, stylist’s own shearling belt, oversized shearling mittens by Max Mara, shearling yeti boots custom-made by Markus Wernitznig. Photography by Jackie Nickerson, Styling by Agata Belcen and Nell Kalonji

Add texture to your winter look in two shakes of a lamb’s tail by throwing on a coat, hat or scarf made from shearling, faux fur or goat hair this season. It was seen aplenty on the runways of A/W17, with the likes of Mrs Prada presenting her Miu Miu collection – heavily laden with bulbous, fluffy silhouettes – against the backdrop of a fuzzy purple runway. Here,...
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25 Oct

Kendall Jenner Accessorized This Metallic Look with a Literal Work of Art


IDK how Da Vinci would feel about this.

On Monday night, Kendall Jenner was spotted in perhaps her ~sparkliest~ outfit yet — an asymmetric silver gown featuring a plunging neckline and SUPER high slit. She showed off her long legs in matching metallic high heels and used her handy Louis Vuitton x Jeff Koons "Da Vinci" bag to prevent any serious wardrobe malfunctions. Do you think Da Vinci knew that centuries later after painting the iconic Mona Lisa, that none other than Kendall Jenner would be wearing his painting on a Louis Vuitton bag? Yeah, probably not.


vintage Paris Hilton vibes
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11 Jul

Clare Waight Keller’s First Givenchy Ads Are Here


Back in March, Clare Waight Keller was announced as Riccardo Tisci's successor at Givenchy—becoming the first female designer to ever hold the creative director title at the fashion house. Now, just months ahead of her runway debut for the brand, a first look at the new Givenchy is here.
The fashion house unveiled its fall campaign, titled "TRANSFORMATION SEDUCTION," under the creative direction of Waight Keller on Instagram today. Photographed by Steven Meisel, the black and white images feature models Saffron Vadher and Elias Bouremah—a swift departure from Tisci's oft star-studded campaigns for the house.

TRANSFORMATION SEDUCTION, @ClareWaightKeller's first #Givenchy campaign, shot by #StevenMeisel #TransformationSeduction
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20 Apr

See Givenchy’s Edgy Kid’s Line (Yes, Really)


Finally, now your kid can twin with North West and Blue Ivy Carter, thanks to Givenchy's first childrenswear collection (excluding any one-of-kind looks the French luxury house creates for West and Carter though—sorry). The launch will debut under the helm of the French house’s newly inducted artistic director Clare Waight Keller for the fall/winter 2017 season, and we have the pics to prove it.

What we’ll get is a line of streetwear-inspired pieces for babies and children aged 0 to 12 years (start ‘em young). Everything from oversize logo-emblazoned sweaters to chunky lace-up boots to edgy denim—think very stylish, toughened up Babies"R"Us.

Shop the collection in July...
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17 Mar

Clare Waight Keller Announced as New Artistic Director of Givenchy

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Givenchy has announced that Clare Waight Keller will replace Riccardo Tisci as Givenchy’s new artistic director. Tisci has held the position of artistic director of the French house since 2005, and is anticipated to move to Italian fashion house Versace. The brand released the news on its Instagram, to its whopping 7.7 million followers. The LVMH couture house certainly has a notable history behind it; Prior to Tisci’s tenure, the house has had John Galliano, Alexander McQueen and Julien Macdonald as creative directors. Waight Keller is the second female designer to take up such a high position at a LVMH brand, following the appointment of Maria Grazia Chiuri at Christian Dior. Waight Keller held the position of creative director at French luxury...
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8 Mar

The Givenchy Studio Pays Homage to Riccardo Tisci in Red

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When Riccardo Tisci announced his departure from the role of creative director at Givenchy earlier this year, the fashion world collectively gasped – after all, having spent 12 years at the helm of the storied fashion house, his impact there can hardly be overstated. In 2005, the Italian designer's appointment at the maison was first met with scepticism – his arrival signalled the departure of its traditional muses (think: Audrey Hepburn and old Hollywood royalty) in place of a new #gang, and his streetwear inspirations appeared at first disanalogous with its couture heritage – yet, over the course of his tenure, he proved himself perfectly placed to evolve the legacy of Givenchy. 12 years on, Tisci has firmly cemented his Gallic,...
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8 Feb

Why We Love Tisci’s Givenchy Campaigns


Last week it was announced that Riccardo Tisci will depart from Givenchy after 12 years as Creative Director. This era-ending statement has fuelled suspicion that he will bring his signature gothic glamour to Italian house Versace. We take a look back at what we loved about the fashion visionary’s campaigns during his tenure.

Givenchy SS13. Photography by Mert & Marcus and styling by Carine Roitfeld
Givenchy SS13. Photography by Mert & Marcus and styling by Carine Roitfeld
HE FEATURED STRONG CREATIVE WOMEN Yugoslavian performance artist Marina Abramovic made an appearance in the SS13 campaign. The monochromatic images shot by Mert & Marcus also feature Kate Moss and long-time muse Mariacarla Boscono. “They are people I love and who love me,“ Tisci says of his subjects. Tisci cast musician and style icon Erykah Badu in Givenchy’s SS14 campaign. She manages to embody Tisci’s aesthetic whilst simultaneously retaining...
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27 Jun

Bella Hadid And Kendall Jenner Wore Pixie Cuts In A Givenchy Runway Show

NEW YORK, NY - MAY 04:  Bella Hadid and Kendall Jenner leave the "China: Through The Looking Glass" Costume Institute Benefit Gala at Metropolitan Museum of Art on May 4, 2015 in New York City.  (Photo by James Devaney/GC Images)

We’re used to seeing Bella Hadid and Kendall Jenner together a lot — they’re super good friends, and they’re often at the same fashion shows. We’re also used to them wearing similar hair styles. The two of them both wear their signature low-maintenance chocolate brown strands, often parted in the center and worn loose and slightly wavy.

Here’s Bella with her typical style:

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And here’s Kendall, her hair also ~blowing in the wind~:

Angel baby

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However, for a recent fashion show in Paris, the two changed things up entirely. On the Givenchy menswear runway, they were both seen with their hair slicked to the side and...
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8 Nov

Pregnancy Is No Match For Kim Kardashian’s See-Through Lace Givenchy Outfit

2015 LACMA Art + Film Gala held at LACMA

Featuring: Kim Kardashian West
Where: Los Angeles, California, United States
When: 07 Nov 2015
Credit: Adriana M. Barraza/
  (Adriana M. Barraza/WENN) Kim Kardashian hates being pregnant, but clearly doesn’t hate showing off her very pregnant body. To wit: The reality star rolled up to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art’s fifth annual Art + Film Gala Saturday night wearing a see-through Givenchy Spring ’16 lace slip and matching pants. Okay fine, she also wore an ankle-grazing black jacket, but the look was definitely committed for someone who happens to be eight months pregnant (and we all know Kim’s nothing if not committed to full-out Fashion with a capital F.) Slicked back hair and vampy lipstick added to the goth thing the mom-to-be had going on and, for some reason, she posed with her hand on her stomach in almost every photo. [caption id="attachment_8072"...
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