Outfit

Givenchy Vintage Computer Robot Print Shirt

24th June 2014
I think i’m done shopping for Givenchy Spring Summer 2014 as i’ve managed to acquire a number of items from the first two quarters of this year. If you are still hungry for more Givenchy Pre-Spring 2014 Floral-Camouflage collection and Givenchy Spring Summer 2014 Robot-Radio Computer collection, then you should probably pause reading and make your way to SSENSE right now as they have just extended the sale discount on Givenchy menswear since the beginning of this week. Even masterpieces like the Givenchy Robot Striped Print Columbian-Fit T-Shirt is currently at half price, for just only $478 and available in all sizes including the XXS! This sort of breaks my heart as i’ve paid premium not too long ago. Read more about the Givenchy Robot Print Columbian-Fit T-Shirt.

Aside from the above, good news as MR PORTER has just started their international sale today as of 22 June 2014. It’s about time the entire store goes on sale as many retailers has already offered discounts on the Spring Summer 2014 collection a month ago. While looking into the sale collection, MR PORTER also took the opportunity to introduce their latest Givenchy Pre-Fall 2014 menswear collection in conjunction with the sales announcement, a wise strategic move. Inside the new collection includes edgy pieces from the Givenchy Elmerinda Tattoo Print Columbian-Fit T-Shirt towards the Givenchy Rottweiler Embroidered Print Sweater and a small pretty collection of monochrome classics Givenchy Floral-Camouflage accessories to entice your additional consideration. Story continues below.

It’s me wearing my new Givenchy Vintage Computer Tech Print Shirt with H&M Black Drop-Crotch Cotton Shorts and all-time favorite Christian Louboutin Pik Pik High-Top Leather Sneakers! More advance previews through my Instagram as always, follow me @drblogspot!

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In view of the Givenchy Spring Summer 2014 season, Riccardo Tisci has shown us an abundance of prints ranging that embarks a journey from America to Africa. Style pieces are heavily inspired in the upmost diversification from the Los Angeles skaters towards computer nerds till the 70’€™s vintage electronics with a touch of African ethnography. An eccentrically beautiful collection with mixed colours, shapes, design and thematic concept silhouettes that exude a sporty elegance and a freedom of layering with contrasting elements. It is by far one of my most favourite collection from the thriving brand in comparison with the momentous Givenchy Spring Summer 2012 Birds of Paradise.

And this below here is the Givenchy Vintage Computer Tech Print Shirt, it’s my latest acquisition along with the Givenchy Robot Sleeve-Print Shirt in black, but made bigger and better than most of the Givenchy standardised shirts. Earlier debut in Colette and is available now for just a mere $540 half price after this week’s extended sale discount in SSENSE, it’s practically a steal! The Givenchy Vintage Computer Tech Print Shirt is supposedly predicted to be one of the most sought after prints in the shirt category for Spring Summer 2014. Regrettably it didn’t took off quite well as the Robot-Radio Computer collection was only introduced almost at the end of the Spring Summer 2014 cycle and it also could be also because of the enormous silhouette that has frighten most of us, in order words – it’s a Columbian-Fit.

The graphic design on the bodywork looks well neat and carefully laid with a sporty edge despite it’s complicated intriguing electronic detailing. So much detailing needed that the composed print has taken up significant changes which has affected the overall size structure, pushing the boundaries of design translated into an oversized fit expression in comparison with the other competitive Robot print shirt counterparts. It’s rather big too, but it doesn’t seem so because of full utilisation of negative space that promotes it into a three dimensional perspective. The least that you would expect is that it actually fits well at a glance as a Columbian-Fit shirt with humongous excess of chest cut, the symmetry electronics are pretty fascinating to stare at and were actually based part of the inspiration from a vintage radio recorder system that has made it the ultimate electronic art print statement-maker at the moment, no robot here.
Adding further, it has a distinctive flavour that terms ‘Summer’ feel, colours offered in this series was first introduced at the beginning of the runway show, watch the Givenchy Spring Summer 2014 menswear runway here – a unique blend of beige sand colour with eye-catching orange and blue tape recorder reels arranged in a sophisticated manner. The rear end view is even much more impressive that highlights the entire graphic feature even further in a just a flat canvas that will set anyone ahead of the fashion crowd. Despite it yielding a premium price at $1,080, Givenchy hasn’t been stingy on the shirt’s print specification as the construction of this shirt are joined in precision to connect the artwork as an entire piece like a complete assembled machinery.

I believe this is not the end of the Givenchy Robot-Radio Computer edge for Spring Summer 2014, though the season has ended in quick bit, the design however remains relevant in creative that characterises a milestone of the brands vivid collection, let’s think continuity. Watch this blog as i’ll be talking about Givenchy Spring Summer 2015 menswear soon!

PLACES TO BUY GIVENCHY VINTAGE COMPUTER TECH PRINT SHIRT

SSENSE – Givenchy Beige Vintage Computer Print Shirt. Long sleeve shirt in tones of beige and blue. Vintage computer graphic print throughout. Spread collar. Concealed button closure at front. Single-button barrel cuffs. Curved hem. Tonal stitching. 100% cotton. Made in Portugal Styled with: Givenchy – Black Buffed Leather Trousers, Givenchy – Black Leather Slip-On Shoes, Givenchy – Black Embossed Star Nightingale Tote.

SSENSE $1,080 $540 – BUY IT NOW

MR PORTER – Givenchy Tech-Print Shirt. Fits true to size. Take your normal size Regular cut, designed for a more comfortable fit. Model wears an EU 39 (UK/US 15.5). Model measures: chest 38″/ 96cm, height 6’1″/ 185cm. Multi-coloured printed shirt Collar stays, buttoned cuffs, concealed placket 100% cotton Machine wash or dry clean

MR PORTER £580 – BUY IT NOW

Farfetch – Givenchy Control Desk Print Shirt. Multicolour cotton control desk print shirt from Givenchy featuring a classic collar, a front button fastening, long sleeves, button cuffs and a curved hemline. Item ID: 10694888. Measurements: item fits true to size, Models Measurements Height: 191 Bust/Chest (cm): 93 Waist (cm): 77 Hips (cm): 98 Model is wearing size: 40. Composition: Cotton 100% WASHING INSTRUCTIONS: Machine Wash.

Farfetch $895.77 $716.61 – BUY IT NOW

SSENSE – Givenchy Grey & Blue Radio Print Trousers. Relaxed-fit pleated trousers in tones of tones of beige, grey, orange, and blue. Four-pocket styling. Tonal stitching. Zip fly. 100% cotton. Made in Italy Styled with: Givenchy – Black Embroidered Stars Shirt, Givenchy – Black Pebbled Leather Sandals, Givenchy – Black Leather Nightingale Viking Tote

SSENSE $1,435 $,1004 – BUY IT NOW

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In Motion: Givenchy Spring Summer 2014 Menswear
 




Future Wishlist: Givenchy Fall Winter 2014 Collection Wishlist

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  • Anonymous

    The bermudas here suits you so well! I love this look and it looks great when combine with the vintage computer shirt. Wish I bought those shoes earlier as they no longer make them

    • Ah thanks a lot. I have a friend who is currently selling the Christian Louboutin Pik Pik High-Top Sneakers in multi-tone studs, black sole. It is brand new in size 44, let me know if you are keen in buying them. The shoes is located in Singapore. :)

  • Anonymous

    wow nice, looks better in your photos compared to the models! You must have a excellent camera

    • Thanks! I built my camera skills through work experience, used to work for a commercial photography company. I try my best to record everything in detail.. glad you liked it.

  • Anonymous

    Looking good Maurice, i've never considered this shirt until now..

    Keep up the good work!

  • Anonymous

    Deadset gorgeous mate!!

  • Anonymous

    Love your site Maurice! Been reading it for a while now. There's no way to say this without sounding like an ass (I really mean it in the absolutely nicest way possible) but i think you should consider a new hairstyle…perhaps shorter on the sides – it would give take your look to the next level! :)

  • Anonymous

    what size shirt you bought for you?
    I do not know what to buy for yourself if this model columbian fit.
    When the shirt is my regular size is 40
    When the shirt is a slim fit my size is 41

    And what size Vintage Computer Tech Print for me?

    • This is Columbian-Fit, it is an oversized shirt. Despite it having a very large chest width, you must still take back your norma fit because the neck size is true to size.

      You need size 40.

      http://bit.ly/1me0JuH

  • Anonymous

    nice shirt Maurice! congratulation…
    i like the entire look for this print…