Givenchy fashion inspired by anatomy

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Fashion designer Riccardo Tisci's latest couture collection for Givenchy was inspired by Frida Kahlo's obsessions with religion, sensuality, and human anatomy. What, no menswear!? From Style.com:
The zipper pulls were little bones, a belt was a spinal column re-created in porcelain. The dominant motif of the collection was the skeleton, laid out flat in the lace appliquéd on a long tulle column, or rendered in three dimensions in obsessively dense clusters of crystals, pearls, and lace on the back of a jacket in double silk duchesse satin. Nestled in the middle? A tiny ceramic skull sprouting angel wings. At one point during his presentation, Tisci rather tellingly muttered, "A romantic way to see death."
Givenchy Fall 2010 Couture Collection (Thanks, Kelly Sparks!)

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  1. And as usual all fashion is made for women, ’cause man all run around naked except for a couple of rags that are misleadingly advertised as ‘clothes’ and don’t deserve t

  2. That’s so interesting that I’ll try to look past the fact that both of these women look utterly ridiculous.

  3. Inspired by anatomy? i would have guessed it was inspired by crotchless chaps…

    1. Aren’t all chaps crotchless? – Oh sorry, I did not mean you chaps over there…

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