Riccardo Tisci presented his latest Givenchy men's collection in Paris today, consistently one of the menswear season's most influential shows. Though much of last fall's floral rottweiler-themed line sold out, this season Tisci used simpler prints — stars and stripes in red, blue, black and brown across chunky, tailored separates and lots of wide pleated skirts. The clothes also came with shiny paillettes, a smattering of polka dots, and a single bright red tee featuring a blurry print of a bearded old man who might be wearing a yellow baseball cap.
Times fashion critic Cathy Horyn enjoyed the show, noting the facial piercings in her review:
The models all wore nose rings with dangling charms; from a distance, they looked like mustaches or, perhaps, a glaze of cocaine.
What she's saying is that she's been around long-enough to know the fun for some people doesn't stop with the Jell-o shots.