Inspired by the youth of Morocco, Tunisia and designing with Michael Jackson in mind, the latest collection from Givenchy designer Riccardo Tisci is one most will either love or hate. The collection began with a clean slate of white and black monochromatic suits, before introducing urban-inspired wear in the form of baggy tapered shorts and simple oversize tops. Before long, Tisci had moved from modesty to boldness, bringing forth loud prints, vibrant red and lamé gold. Eye-catching, but a visual clash with no logic, most of the collection’s prints fell short. Both solids and red flannel numbers, embellished to the point of no return made solid pieces like the tuxedo coat, cummerbund or mesh tank a sight of relief. On the solid front, Tisci excels, but in regards to prints and embellishments, perhaps the glitzy designer needs a grounding in reality.