The Only Color Used in Givenchy's Fall Collection

Michelle Scanga
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It was only a short month ago that Riccardo Tisci announced he was stepping down from his position as creative director of Givenchy. Fast-forward to fashion week in Paris, and the luxury fashion house is honoring the designer in an epic way. For the F/W 17 collection, the brand re-created 27 of Tisci’s most iconic designs, in Givenchy red. The collection serves as a bold way to showcase his standout looks from past seasons and a creative way to fill the period during this in-between phase for the brand.

From a full-on sequined pantsuit number from spring 2012 to a plethora of outerwear from fall 2010, each look serves a key moment from Tisci’s 12-year tenure at the fashion house. Each piece also includes a bold white font with the year and season the design first debuted.

Check out the key pieces from the 27-piece collection below!

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