GIVENCHY PARIS FASHION WEEK FALL 2015

GIVENCHY PARIS FASHION WEEK FALL 2015 (9)

GIVENCHY PARIS FASHION WEEK FALL 2015

So what is the cultural appropriation when the style is used deliberately to crush up? That was the question posed by accident Givenchy this season as he took the young chola-styles of tattoos, facial jewelry and curl par excellence, and mashed up hard with Victorian features.

The “Victorian Girl Chola” Riccardo Tisci called. But, of course, he did not have the nerve to drill to models of faces (or weight.) The “facial piercings’ lights were simply glued to the face. Even the most rings-nose which met with Victorian gaudy jewels were real, giving the peculiar and unpleasant sense of this being the Latin American equivalent of the black face.
The worst part, most of the clothes were drab. By cutting down models in the neck and just look at what they were wearing, most hum drum was any designer in a goth phase. So we had this great designer called some of the biggest names in List A in Paris in the first row, including Mr. and Mrs. Kardashian West and Katy Perry, and closed were not much to look at, and shock value of the style that crosses all lines in the offensive. Watch Kim K will look tomorrow.

Then complete collection.

GIVENCHY PARIS FASHION WEEK FALL 2015

 

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