Naomi Campbell is doing entirely too much slaying in Interview Magazine’s September 2014 issue, which she also covers.
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Two phenomenal female forces collide when Beyoncé graces the latest issue of Carine Roitfeld’s CR Fashion Book.
Having graced over a dozen fashion editorials since 2012, Angolan model Maria Borges has snagged the first of many magazine covers with the May 2014 issue of Vogue Portugal.
The creative energies of Erykah Badu and Givenchy’s Riccardo Tisci get the spotlight in a Vogue Italia March 2014 fashion shoot photographed by Francesco Carrozzini.
Erykah Badu appears in Givenchy’s 2014 Sun Eyewear Campaign lensed by famed photography duo Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott.
Erykah Badu’s collaborations with Givenchy’s creative director Riccardo Tisci continue as he styles the neo-soul queen for semi-annual French fashion magazine, Purple.
Inside the February 2014 issue of Vogue Magazine, model Joan Smalls rocks the latest collaboration between Givenchy’s Riccardo Tisci and Nike: the new Air Force 1.
We finally get to see the Givenchy Spring/Summer 2014 collection ads featuring Angolan model Maria Borges and Chinese/Korean-American model Asia Chow.
Givenchy put together one of the most diverse runways this year for its Spring/Summer 2014 Ready-to-Wear collection show featuring many shades of brown: Joan Smalls, Maria Borges, Jourdan Dunn, Cindy Bruna, Daniela Braga, Grace Mahary, Imaan Hammam, Lais Ribeiro, Lakshmi Menon and more.
Citing African and Japanese influences for Givenchy’s Spring/Summer 2014 collection, Riccardo Tisci has selected neo-soul songstress Erykah Badu as the face of its campaign.
Joan Smalls covers British GQ Style‘s Spring/Summer 2013 issue wearing Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci.
The September 2012 issue of Harper’s Bazaar Singapore features models Grace G, Lili J, Shirley G, Yang Fang and Sissi H who pose for an elegant spread entitled, “Shanghai Daily.”
French fashion house Givenchy has unveiled its Fall 2012 Haute Couture Collection — 10 exquisite new looks that focus on leather and fur influenced by “gypsies you encounter in present-day southern Italy.”