Thank you for your interest!

Add free and premium widgets by Addwater Agency to your Tumblelog!


To hide the widget button after installing the theme:

  1. Visit your Tumblr blog's customization page (typically found at http://www.tumblr.com/customize).
  2. Click on Appearance.
  3. Click Hide Widget Button.
  4. Click on Save+Close.

For more information visit our How-To's page.

Questions? Visit us at tumblr.addwater.com

[close this window]
 Ricardo Tisci & Naomi Campbell in Givenchy on the Red Carpet at The Met Gala 2014   

Ricardo Tisci & Naomi Campbell in Givenchy on the Red Carpet at The Met Gala 2014   

 Adriana Lima in Givenchy on the Red Carpet at The Met Gala 2014     

Adriana Lima in Givenchy on the Red Carpet at The Met Gala 2014     

 Naomi Watts in Givenchy Haute Couture on the Red Carpet at The Met Gala 2014 

Naomi Watts in Givenchy Haute Couture on the Red Carpet at The Met Gala 2014 

Beyonce in Givenchy on the Red Carpet at The Met Gala 2014  

Beyonce in Givenchy on the Red Carpet at The Met Gala 2014  


Top 10 Best Dressed; 1.- Jessica Chastain in Givenchy at the Golden Globes Awards 2014

Top 10 Best Dressed; 1.- Jessica Chastain in Givenchy at the Golden Globes Awards 2014

Riccardo Tisci collaborated with Nike
The Givenchy designer has exclusively revealed to Style.com that he has collaborated with Nike. The fruits of the partnership, which will bear the logo NIKE RT, will arrive in stores and on Nike.com this Spring.“For me, Nike represents a lot: my childhood, America,” Tisci said. “In Europe, America is the flag, McDonald’s, Marlboro, and Nike, for a kid it’s very important.” The respect goes both ways.“We were impressed by his vision,” Ian Ginoza, Nike’s Global Footwear Director, said. “I personally wear some of the t-shirts; that’s something that Riccardo does well, blurring the lines with street fashion.”

Riccardo Tisci collaborated with Nike

The Givenchy designer has exclusively revealed to Style.com that he has collaborated with Nike. The fruits of the partnership, which will bear the logo NIKE RT, will arrive in stores and on Nike.com this Spring.“For me, Nike represents a lot: my childhood, America,” Tisci said. “In Europe, America is the flag, McDonald’s, Marlboro, and Nike, for a kid it’s very important.” The respect goes both ways.“We were impressed by his vision,” Ian Ginoza, Nike’s Global Footwear Director, said. “I personally wear some of the t-shirts; that’s something that Riccardo does well, blurring the lines with street fashion.”