His relationship with clients is very personal. Even after becoming the creative director of Givenchy, Riccardo Tisci did not abandon his principles and today is ready to dress not only Oscar and Grammy nominees, but also those whom he considers close friends. It is not surprising that many of them, over time, increasingly appear on the page of glossy magazines and gossip columns. Tisha's creative flair and luck seems to be accurate not only in terms of fashion trends, but also in society's desire to admire truly bright people. The best example of this is Kim Kardashian. A few years ago, only fans of a not-so-successful family show and tabloids who were hunting for hot facts knew her. Today Vogue speaks of her with admiration.
“It’s true,” Riccardo Tisci tells Details Magazine, who will publish a big interview with him next month. “I dress people if I like them or are friends. You don't have to record a platinum album or be an Academy Award winner to get to me. I respect my friends infinitely and to the end. When it all started between Kanye and Kim, I was the only one who wanted to help. I didn't care what people said about her, everything that was written in the press back then. Kanye and I did everything together. And we did our best. Today, any designer is ready to die for the opportunity to dress her.
“In the beginning, we only started communicating because of Kanye,” continues Riccardo Tisci, “and I agreed to work with her out of respect for him. But she turned out to be a very nice girl and soon we became friends, I really fell in love with her. Now they are ready to kill me for this, but I am not too worried about the opinion of others. Friends are more important. And these two are really my friends. When they decided to get married, they asked me to pick out their outfits. They just came and said: "You have always been there and have always been a real friend to us." So I am ready to do anything for the sake of those who are pleasant to me. And if I like a person, then I like him entirely, but if someone is unpleasant to me - well, nothing can be done.