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Here's everything you need to know in the world of fashion this week:After 21 years, Swiss tennis player Roger Federer officially cuts his affiliation with sportswear giant Nike. “Mr. Federer is one of the greatest champions in history; my respect for him

Former Givenchy Designer Creates a Fantasy-Inspired Shoe Line with Nike

See the new face of Nike's famous Air Force 1.
Italian-born designer Riccardo Tisci is widely known for resurrecting the Parisian house of Givenchy by marrying his flair for streetwear and his eye for French elegance. After 12 years at the helm of the luxury fashion house as creative director, he departed his

Here's Your First Look at Givenchy's Upcoming Childrenswear Line

Brace yourselves for designer mini-me versions from the luxury house.
Givenchy is branching out towards a new demographic. With the slated launch of their childrenswear line, the French luxury fashion house aims to produce mini-me versions of their popular pieces.IMAGE Givenchy via Harpers Bazaar UKBusiness of Fashion and WWD report that Givenchy will be

Riccardo Tisci Has Left Givenchy

The French fashion house has not announced a successor.
After 12 years as creative director to the LVMH-owned couture house, Riccardo Tisci has exited Givenchy. As a result of this departure, the brand will not be parading its wares at the next Paris Fashion Week.In a statement released by LVMH Moët Hennessy

Elle France Sparks Rumors of a New Appointment at Dior

These rumors are getting old.
Last time we checked in with Jonathan Saunders, the Scottish designer had just shut down his eponymous label due to “personal reasons.” Since then he’s managed to keep a low profile up until recently when we caught him smack in the middle

A Sneak Peek at the New Riccardo Tisci X Nike Collab

A fashion and activewear love affair.
Givenchy’s Creative Director, Riccardo Tisci's athletic love affair with Nike is going strong. After two successful shoe collabs, namely the three iterations of the Air Force 1 back in 2014, and just last month's  Dunk Lux High X RT, Tisci is now bringing

WATCH: This New Music Video Has the Fashion World Freaking Out

Naomi Campbell is in tears.
Supermodel Naomi Campbell is no music video virgin. The 45-year-old Brit scored her first gig at the age of 7 when she starred in Bob Marley’s Is This Love. Since then, she’s graced many other music videos for artists like Vanilla Ice, Madonna, Michael

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Notes from Paris Fashion Week.
Now that fashion month has finally come to a close, it’s time we plunge into back reading all that’s been said about the past collections. But before we sift through the galleries of Vogue Runway, allow us to zero in on one

Raf Simons Exits Dior

His 3-year tenure as the luxury label's Creative Director has come to an end.
While some of you were sound asleep, news broke last night that Raf Simons has made the decision not to renew his contract with French label Dior after serving as Creative Director for the past 3 years. The Cut reveals that this surprising announcement has

Riccardo Tisci Celebrates His 10th Year In Givenchy

The creative director lands a limited edition cover for i-D.
That badass, French look that’s equal parts sexy and empowering, is one of the legacies that Riccardo Tisci is leaving behind in the world of fashion.To celebrate his 10th year as Creative Director for Givenchy, i-D tapped Tisci to front one of

Did Beyoncé Shoot An Ad For Givenchy?

Campaign rumors circulate.
Queen B for Givenchy. We like the sound of that. Riccardo Tisci and Beyoncé were seen having a photoshoot on a rooftop in Brooklyn. Two outfits were snapped by photographers: a black leotard, and a gorgeous burgundy number. The photos showed an

Riccardo Tisci For Nike

Riccardo Tisci for Nike
We're guessing luxurious sneakers are hot this season because Givenchy's creative director, Riccardo Tisci has unveiled his capsule collection with famous sneaker brand, Nike. The four styles of trainers, ranging from mid-calf to knee-high styles, are inspired by Air Force 1. The collection