The Givenchy Spring 2013 Collection is Simplistic Perfection

By: Alexandra Serrano - Published: Oct 3, 2012 • References: givenchy & fashionista
The Givenchy Spring 2013 collection was a simplistic and chic take on the season by Ricardo Tisci.

The old cliche that states "less is more" rings true for this collection. With decadent tailoring and a muted palette Tisci brings a dimension of chic that is made for a female customer partial to tasteful design. Almost poetic in its understated approach, Spring 2013 is true to the house's decadent design heritage and DNA.

Statement ruffles accented the perfect tailoring to create just the right amount of bold detailing for the French fashion house's spring offerings. Though Ricardo Tisci is known for his boundary-pushing designs, this collection resonates well with Givenchy's couture roots and feels almost like a breath of fresh air. These striking designs are inspired and divine in their approach to a new wave of fashion. Stats for Minimalistic Ruffled Couture Trending: Older & Mild
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