Givenchy masks and bones

Some designer items are made for everyday wear. Others, for editorial.

The ever-Gothic and oft somewhat fetishist Riccardo Tisci may find a niche audience who are willing to utilise his Givenchy masks for the former – though for the most part we suspect these will prove more popular in the world of edgy, futuristic-dystopian editorial shoots.

Givenchy Accessories SS11

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Givenchy Accessories SS11
Givenchy Accessories SS11
Givenchy Accessories SS11
Givenchy Accessories SS11

The masks and vertebrae bone necklaces were first seen on Givenchy’s Spring 2011 menswear catwalk.

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