Ricardo Tisci Biography
Fashion designer, Ricardo Tisci is the renowned name in the Italian fashion industry. He rose to prominence after he was given the name of Creative Director for Givenchy in 2005. Riccardo is best known for his work on a documentary named Mademoiselle C and for his men wears and accessories designs. Ricardo Tisci was born to the middle-class family to Elmerinda Tisci, Mother, in Taranto, Italy.
Riccardo first enrolled to Design Istituto d Arte Applicata where he learned tons of information about designing. He then joined the Central Saint Martins and received a degree in Arts and Design. Likewise, during his early days, he also worked for multinational company Puma and Coccapani.
Giving continuity towards his professional career, Riccardo then joined Ruffo Research and began his fashion career. In the same way, he also released his first Riccardo Tisci Collection. His fashion collection impressed several fashion companies through which he was offered a position of creative director in Givenchy, fashion and perfume house. Recently he is associated with world famous shoe brand, Nike. Likewise, he has collaborated along with the choreographers of the orchestral ballet, Bolero and worked with several television personalities.
Riccardo is one of the prominent figures of the current time. He seems to be enjoying his single life. As of now, he has not revealed anything about his personal matters. He might have had affairs during his past time but it has been hidden somewhere in close walls. Similarly, it was rumors spread out of his sexuality that he was gay. However, the facts are still unknown to his fans. Riccardo holds Italian Nationality and belongs to white ethnicity.
As a designer, Riccardo earns a massive amount of salary through his professions and as of 2017, his actual salary and net worth are under review but it has been estimated that his current net worth is not less than Million dollars.
Born in Taranto, Italy
Ricardo Tisci was from the middle class family born in Taranto, Italy to Elmerinda Tisci. He is Italian and is 184 cm tall. He is of white ethnicity. He received his formal education from Central Saint Martin’s Academy.Edit
Graduated from Central Saint Martins Academy
When he was child, he joined Design Istituto d’Arte Applicata in Cantu. He received most of his school education from there and then he joined Central Saint Martin’s Academy when he was seventeen years old. He completed his education from there in 1999.Edit
Joined Ruffo Research
Soon after receiving his degree in Arts and Design in 1999, he decided to begin his professional career. During his early days, he worked for Puma and Coccapani. Then he joined Ruffo Research and began his fashion career.Edit
After his contract ran out from Ruffo Research, he went of India and spent some of his time there. There he began his interest to form his own fashion collection and then in 2005/2006, he released his first Riccardo Tisci Collection. His fashion collection impressed several fashion companies and after few days he was offered a position of creative director in Givenchy. He joined them in 2005.Edit
Designed costume for Madonna
Till now he has designed several fashion costumes for various renowned celebrities under Givenchy. Some of his popular designs were worn by famous actress and singer, Madonna. She won his design when she was in the Sticky & Sweet Tour.Edit
Worked for Lea T
After he gained his name in the fashion world for designing several outfits for renowned singer and actresses, in 2010 he was appointed as a personal assistant by the Brazilian transsexual model, Lea T. He worked with her for about a year.Edit
Designed costume for Rihanna
After being the creative director in Givenchy, he designed several costumes and several of his costumes gained worldwide fame as well. In 2013, he also designed costumes for great singer, Rihanna for her Diamond World Tour.Edit
Besides designing several body wears for Givenchy, he has also put his hand to design several shoes. In 2014, he became associated with the Nike and then played his important role to design Air Force 1 shoes.Edit