The House of Givenchy says Riccardo Tisci designed all costumes worn by Madonna during her half time performance at the Super Bowl on Feb. 5 in Indianapolis.
Designed as part of the spectacle, all costumes were changed on stage, from an all over hand-embroidered gold cape that served as the performance’s opener, to the unveiling of a black mini dress worn with its hand-studded belt and an embellished black coat that completed the three costumes set.
Channeling Riccardo Tisci’s work for Givenchy in the past years, the designs for Madonna’s performance incorporate signature references such as bold leopard print, three-dimensional embellishments, graphic placements and evocative cuts.
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“Following my collaboration with Madonna on her last tour three years ago, it is a great honor for me to be a part of yet another historical and iconic moment. People say everything has a limit, but limits do not exist with Madonna, said Riccardo Tisci
“I am so happy that, after being busy in other scenes, she decided to go back on a music stage. Not only to bring us music, but also to make such a statement of performance and fashion.”
Wearing Givenchy Haute Couture by Riccardo Tisci, Madonna performed a 12 minutes set including some of her greatest hits (“Vogue”, “Music”, “Express yourself”) and her brand new single (“Give me all your luvin‘” featuring Nicki Minaj and M.I.A.) for the first time.
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