Couture Madness Continues With Givenchy’s Peru and Christian Lacroix’s Insects

A look from the Givenchy couture show. Photo: imaxtree

• Riccardo Tisci's couture collection for Givenchy was inspired by the women of Peru, though he's taking his first trip there in a few weeks. [Telegraph]

Christian Lacroix's couture collection was inspired by insects. [IHT]

• Hedge-fund multibillionaire and Sears Holdings Corporation chairman Edward Lampert attended the Chanel couture show yesterday with his wife, Kinga. They went relatively unnoticed. [WWD]

• Much of Michael Kors's spring swim line hasn't shipped, and there are waiting lists for the goods. Things are delayed because he's switching swimwear licensees. [WWD]

Pringle of Scotland might have to stop making its clothes in Scotland. [British Vogue]

• Did you know Olivier Theyskens shoots the Nina Ricci look books himself? [WWD]

• The Walk of Shame look is in. [Times]

• Two women pressed charges against Russian male model Andre Birleanu for supposedly attacking them at Cipriani downtown, but the case will be dismissed. [NYP]

• You can now order custom-made belts at Prada. Sounds affordable. [British Vogue]

Bar Rafaeli doesn't shop at secondhand clothing stores. Isn't she special? [NYP]

• Helen Mirren makes her own clothes, because she can't find things she likes. [WWD]