Joan Smalls in Givenchy

At yesterday’s 11th Annual ‘Keep A Child Alive’ ball in New York, Riccardo Tisci was honoured for his philanthropic work. At the same time, his designs for Givenchy were worn by a host of guests including Madonna, Alicia Keys and Kanye West. Model Joan Smalls wore this sweeping chocolate brown, crystal embellished number from Givenchy spring 2015 paired with darkly romantic makeup and diamond stud…

Miley Cyrus covers Vogue

For those who said that the whole Miley Cyrus twerking saga was not ‘good girl gone bad’ but rather a case of an entertainer attempting to distance herself from her Disney moulded image, now is probably your time to gloat. Right now, the fashion industry loves Miley Cyrus. That should come as no surprise – the fashion industry loves stories of reinventions. And reinventing herself,…

Madonna by Terry Richardson for Harper’s Bazaar

Iconic Madonna covers the November 2013 issue of US Harper’s Bazaar still looking like her superstar self. Madonna stars on this “blinged out” cover story as photographed by the celebrity photographer Terry Richardson. In this issue, Madonna sports chains, thigh high boots, pvc and vinyls, even fishnet details for a punk-glam look.

Twisted beauty in charge of your darkest fantasies

Provocative, twisted and built upon a compelling taste for forbiddance, Arneka’s fashion forward fetish shoot carries you away in a dark fantasy. Naomi Fitzgerald De Graves lands her years of experience to fully embody the dominant mistress in search of danger and electric sensations. Drawing inspiration from Madonna’s “Erotica”, the editorial bears all the elements that are meant to incite and entice.
Yes Mistress by Arneka
Yes Mistress by Arneka
Yes Mistress by Arneka
Yes Mistress by Arneka
Yes Mistress by Arneka
Yes Mistress by Arneka
Yes Mistress by Arneka

Givenchy men’s pre-fall 2013 accessories

Bold, luxurious and carrying a distinct sophistication, the Givenchy men’s pre-fall 2013 accessories are ready to hit the streets and switch the focus on a brand new attitude come fall. From cool backpacks to printed scarves, zipped clutches and braided leather ankle boots, every single item in the collection mixes the urban vibe with a regained formality, a nod perhaps towards the more rigorous fall…

Givenchy’s iconic prints reworked as wearable art

Benjamin Shine does unique things with objects, turning everyday materials into works of art. It might be a portrait made from thousands of metal eyelets, or from pill-packets mounted on alluminium and backlit; or it might be an icon of Madonna and child manipulated through a single piece of tulle. The latter isn’t just any artwork, however, it happens to be a collaboration with Givenchy;…

Backwards and crowned in Paris

It’s like something you might see crowning the Madonna in a holy painting: a headpiece that haloes the head in a sunburst of metal spikes. In the same vein as the ones we saw on the Taralis runway, these are the kind of accessories you can’t help but pay attention to. The wearer in these shots – photographed outside the Balmain show at Paris fashion…