For the Givenchy Spring/Summer 2015 presentation at Paris Fashion Week, Riccardo Tisci commissioned Dutch artist Paul Veroude to create an installation made from a disassembled airplane, suspended by steel cables over the center of the circular catwalk. Disassembled parts hung in the air, presenting a stark contrast to the looks on display, which were marked by cohesion rather than deconstruction. The tailoring was sharp and masculine, all defined shoulders and peaked lapels, topped off with skullcaps reminiscent of the streets. The dark, somber looks were later softened with baby's breath flowers, rendered in paint splatter-like prints to deliver a romantic sensibility while adding variety to the severe black and white color palette. Check out the rest of the Givenchy Spring/Summer 2015 collection below.