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Givenchy Ends Catwalk Couture

Death of Catwalk Couture? Givenchy Says VIPs Only

Givenchy's creative director Riccardo Tisci caused a bit of a stir yesterday when he revealed his plans for ending Givenchy's couture runway shows. From July 6, the couture show is going to be an intimate, invitation-only affair (read: select power-editors and squillionaire clients only). Money-saving exercise you ask? Not so, the rarefied event will cost even more. Tisci wants to restore a sense of specialness and exclusivity to the mini-show and give a little love back to his loyal clients. What else is going to change? Apparently a very tight edit (in the ballpark of 10 looks) no black ensembles, only top supermodels showcasing the wares and a few little additional tricks and turns. Hopefully this won't mean that we can't catch a glimpse of his fabulous confections.

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