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During Riccardo Tisci's 12-year tenure at Givenchy, he created red carpet looks that became iconic. Every dress was its own story, mostly because it perfectly suited the actress or artist who was wearing it. Even when Riccardo dressed Julia Roberts for the SAG Awards in a black tuxedo red bottom shoes christian louboutin one-piece, we were blown away by the outcome — the sleek tailoring, the flattering fit, and the fact that she appeared so comfortable.But then you've got Beyoncé, who tapped Riccardo for multiple Met Galas, always the last to arrive and christian louboutin shoes stun everyone with her gown. Our favorite, 2015's sheer bejeweled number, offered about as much coverage as a bikini. With the addition of a high ponytail, Riccardo had helped transform Beyoncé into her own version of Malibu Barbie.That is why we are sad about Riccardo's departure from one of the most popular French fashion houses, but also why we will follow him wherever he goes. While many predict he'll end up working with Donatella at Versace, Riccardo's fully finished debuting Givenchy pieces at the Grammys, where he dressed Adele in a custom green gown and later for her onstage performance. Read on to reminisce about red bottoms shoes our 11 favorite Givenchy moments, all of which promise many fine looks in Riccardo's future.
Before Kanye West even showed his latest collection at New York Fashion Week on Wednesday, I had some thoughts. For a second, push past the spectacle of Kanye's fashion shows (and life in general) and ask yourself: is there talent here? Do I even like these Yeezy clothes? Should we even put Kanye in the same category red bottom shoes for women as designers like Peter Dundas and Raf Simons or is this all a symptom of a deeply celebrity-obsessed culture that is seeping into the fashion world? I take issue with "Yeezy" for a few core reasons. First, the "shows" seem to be more Kanye or Kardashian self-promotion than actual fashion presentations. There also appears to be little craftsmanship or understanding of the garments themselves from Kanye. And finally, we all seem to louboutin shoes be giving Kanye a free pass for bad behavior and sub-par clothes because he's Kanye.I may be a lowly layperson just living in Kanye's world, but to me all of his designs look like Spanx (and I'm not the only one who thinks so!). A full bodysuit of beige nylon material isn't noteworthy fashion. Not even close. An oversize hoodie and boots is not a ground breaking concept — it's what college red bottoms shoes on sale girls do the walk of shame in. In fact, Yeezy Season 2 was pretty reminiscent of the scene in Zoolander where Mugatu pitches "Derelicte."
Backstage, Polly Osmond — lead makeup artist for MAC Cosmetics — explained that those glitter tears in "really deep red and orange tones" were inspired by the twisting, colorful rocks in Nevada's famous desert valley. And while that was clearly where the earthy tones for this look were christian louboutin pulled from, we speculate those glitter tears pouring down every model's cheeks were also a very deliberate nod to our current political state. That assumption was further corroborated once we saw that Christian sent a model down the runway sporting a black t-shirt with "People Are People" emblazoned across the front in white block letters. Nobody can deny that was a direct statement against the increased racism and sexism our nation has christian louboutin sale seen over the last months. And also, we can't ignore the fact that those tears were orange.While the pairing of glitter tears and the statement shirt evoked a sense of sadness, it was also a really empowering, hand-to-the-face moment. Moral of the story: you can cry and you can be fierce while taking a stand for what you believe in.
As much as we love seeing photos of the runway and street red sole shoes christian louboutin style, it's the more candid, BTS snaps that we can all relate to. Case in point: Bella Hadid and Kendall Jenner ordering McDonald's after walking in the Anna Sui Fall '17 show. The two models wore their off-duty looks — Bella in a striped sweater and denim skirt; Kendall in a t-shirt, jeans, and furry coat — as they ordered nuggets and fries to go. Bella seemed pretty happy with her decision, red bottoms shoes sharing a quick snap on her Instagram story. Like the rest of us, she gets rightfully excited over McDonald's fries, because they're the best.Both Kendall and Bella had a busy Fashion Week walking in shows like Alexander Wang, La Perla, and Michael Kors. At the end of it all, we don't blame them, we all need a little comfort food. (Sometimes, you just need a cheeseburger to make you feel sane again.) louboutin sale The two girls even left their postshow makeup on during the food run, as if to say "who cares?" Because, as glamorous as they appear on the runway, when the job's done, they're just normal people too (and keeping your makeup on when you're feeling lazy and hungry is about as real as it gets).