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Fashion and architecture collide in Bottega Veneta’s latest collaborative campaign

Fashion and architecture collide in Bottega Veneta's latest collaborative campaign

Bottega Veneta’s recurring “Art of Collaboration” series with campaigns lensed by famous art photographers is back.

Since 2001, when Maier joined the house, everyone from Nan Goldin and Stephen Shore to Tina Barney and Robert Longo has been involved. Now Tomas Maier lets his vision lensed  by famed artist and photographer Todd Hido in this mixture of architecture and style.

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Givenchy’s gang conquers America

In Givenchy’s latest campaign, Riccardo Tisci’s badass Givenchy girlgang are taking over New York City in a series photographed by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott. “Now you see a lot of girls mixing streetwear with Givenchy bags, Chanel bags,” Tisci said in an interview with WWD. “This campaign shows that I’m keeping my eyes fixed on what’s happening out there in reality.” Locales include everywhere from an office building near Saks Fifth Avenue’s Fifth Avenue flagship to a yoga center in Brooklyn where the epic team invades with sexy, demanding style.
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Givenchy casts 27 models for SS16  campaign

All for one and one for all. When Riccardo Tisci unveiled the Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott-shot visuals for his SS16 collection for Givenchy everyone gasped. Featuring an all-star cast of 27 models the campaign reflects the theme of the Marina Abramoviç-directed New York Fashion Week show – that of love.

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Are designers the new celebrities?

Moschino’s Jeremy Scott is in the movie theaters with his own documentary and on the Paper and i-D magazine covers. Similarly Balmain’s Olivier Rousteing appeared on Out, Tetu and Paper. But if you have to credit just one “Most Valuable Player of the spring 2016 season” Givenchy’s Riccardo Tisci is the one. Read more

A fashion gang to rule the world

Back in April Givenchy revealed Donatella Versace as the French house’s fall campaign star as a teaser. Now the entire campaign has arrived and the black and white image is a thing of the past. Read more