In an extremely private Paris showing, Riccardo Tisci, head designer to the house Givenchy, showed one of the most exsquisite couture collections of the past decade. Taking inspiration from Frida Kahlo, her obsessions with death and religion, he sculpted looks modeled after the human skeleton. With each piece heavily embroidered, some of which took thousands of hours to create, his eye was purely focused on the detailed aspect of haute couture. Although, even in the heaviest of embroidery, there still seemed to be a lightness to each garment, showing the incredible craftsmanship which still thrives within the house of Givenchy.
"Death is nothing to us, since when we are, death has not come, and when death has come, we are not."