Posted on June 12, 2012

Riccardo Tisci’s gypsy, geo, romantic and sharp amalgamation is a both a “WTF” moment and a refreshing revelation. Check out the resort 2013 collection here.

Hubert de Givenchy’s muse Bettina was Tisci’s primary influence behind the pre-spring collection. Ethnic paisleys, solid geometric prints and an abundance of graphic prints blocked with black, white, bright blue and pillar box red are styled together in a mismatched fashion that surprisingly make sense and is reflected in the concept behind the photography.

Once again there is the combination of slouchy/unstructured items such as capes, elongated shirts and flowing asymmetric cut patchwork tops, coupled with almost architectural elements such as boxy jackets and elongated blazers, while a prevalence of long sleeves slit all the way to the shoulders, adds further drama to an already eye popping collection.

You sure as hell wouldn’t miss any of these women in the street.

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