By  on January 17, 2011

When Riccardo Tisci decamped from Milan to Paris in 2005 to become the couturier at Givenchy, he brought with him a wide-eyed enthusiasm for fashion—and 385 pairs of sneakers. That tells you something about Tisci: Clearly the basketball he played during his school days had a lasting impact on his taste in footwear. What it doesn’t reflect, however, is an early interest in men’s wear.

 

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