In the aftermath of the last fashion show designed by the brilliant Riccardi Tisci for Givenchy, the prestigious French fashion house is time to look ahead and find a good absolutely as soon as possible because it replaced the carousel fashion, with presentation of the cruise and pre-fall collections continues to turn and can not fail for any reason, for a farewell suffered like the Italian designer who has forever closed her own creative experience with the fashion house that has literally saved from the brink, restoring an aura of sublime excellence in the world of fashion systems.
Givenchy is a blow not be easy to identify a talent as great as Tisci and do not write out of pure patriotism, platitudes that!, But because, thanks to Tisci, Givenchy, in seven years of fruitful artistic collabrazione, returned to be one of the most exclusive brands on the market, absolute top of the range in both prêt à porter in haute couture.
From Givenchy, of course you're trying to make amends for not making the end of the Dior fashion house, still holding off and all'estro trivial Bill Gaytten that, for fear of making mistakes, does nothing but fish up from the archive Dior models cult of the house, 'camuffandoli', or reinterpreted, if you prefer, with a touch of contemporary news. But now played his cards face up and trick or bluff is clear to all, with serious repercussions on sales and market value of the Dior brand. All because, after one year from the dismissal of John Galliano, the leaders have not yet managed to find a replacement just as charismatic.
LVMH, the French luxury giant and owner of the brand Givenchy, does not want to take this risk and, from what is rumored, has already put the fifth in his search for a worthy successor to Riccardo Tisci, and according to rumors , have also been identified by Sebastian Suhl, chief operating officer of the Prada Group, the new artistic director of Givenchy. According to "Women's Wear Daily" the appointment should be made official very soon, it is only a matter of days. We will see.