|Givenchy Men's Spring 2014 by Riccardo Tisci|
“Favelas 74” was Riccardo Tisci's motto for the Givenchy Spring-Summer 2014 men's collection, affirming Latin America as a big influence for the Givenchy style.
Givenchy mixes prints once again, with vivid combinations of prints from flowers and camouflage prints to roses and checks offer a new take on the feminine and the masculine. The silhouette exhales relaxed sportswear and sensual tailoring creating a new found elegance. Placed prints and intricate cuts reveal graphic compositions.
All Givenchy classics from t-shirts, sweatshirts, bermudas, kilts and parkas alternate with elaborate tailoring and shirting. A wool and mohair grain de poudre tuxedo features satin ottoman incrusted lapels. A light camouflage cotton poplin shirt shows sleeves in classic blue stripes. Reversible nylon car coats play with colorful inside and faded outside and vice versa. For the first time, a bag collection completes clothes and shoes. Travel bags, small bags and zipped clutches are made of black matte calf, camouflage, flower or flame printed nappa or braided multicolored leather.