RUNWAY: Givenchy FW15Riccardo Tisci is a romantic at heart, regardless of how much leather, lace or hard-edged prints he's trumpeted throughout his time at Givenchy. The Paris-based label's FW15 offerings is a testament to that romanticism, with wisps of baby hairs on every model, the idea of innocence growing into red, hot desire was seen, from the shiny red runway to the beautifully beaded jackets. The collection is also a return to the busy prints Givenchy is known for and has made a lot of money selling. This season, they played on ancient South American patterns and architecture but also were reminiscent of the baroque architecture seen throughout Paris. Meanwhile, the Mexican holiday Dia de la Muertos also played into the collection, see the "mask" in the second look as well models mouths that looked like they were wired shut. In the end, the collection was a tour de force of beauty, from exquisite suits to couture-level detailing.