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Must Read: Givenchy's Fall Campaign Takes to the Streets, Meadham Kirchhoff Launches Fundraiser to Save Archive

Plus, the "hot felon" finally has a legit model headshot.

These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Wednesday.

Riccardo Tisci’s fall Givenchy campaign was photographed on New York City streets
In Givenchy’s latest campaign, Riccardo Tisci’s badass Givenchy girls are taking over New York City in a series photographed by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott. "Now you see a lot of girls mixing streetwear with Givenchy bags, Chanel bags," Tisci said in an interview with WWD. "This campaign shows that I’m keeping my eyes fixed on what’s happening out there in reality." Locales include everywhere from an office building near Saks Fifth Avenue’s Fifth Avenue flagship to a yoga center in Brooklyn. {WWD}

Meadham Kirchoff is fundraising to save its archive pieces for exhibitions and shoots
British fashion label Meadham Kirchoff had to relinquish its archive after closing the brand last year, selling off the majority of pieces from its 12 years in business. Designers Edward Meadham and Benjamin Kirchhoff are now enlisting the help of the fashion community via a GoFundMe page in an effort to recuperate nearly 50 important archive pieces for exhibitions and shoots. The goal is to raise £15,000. {i-D}

Jeremy Meeks, a.k.a. “hot mugshot guy,” has a real headshot now
Meeks - whose faced launched a thousand memes back in 2014 when a California police department posted his mugshot on Facebook - is out of jail and ready to become the next "It" male model, posting his first official headshot on Instagram this week. Even though it appears he is still under house arrest, Meeks's agent claims that they "have major, major fashion brands, designers on the table." {Dazed}

Visvim will stage its first runway show at Pitti Uomo
Cult streetwear label Visvim will present its first runway collection at Pitti Uomo in Florence on Thursday. CEO and Creative Director Hiroki Nakamura has a tradition of showing in intimate gallery-like presentation settings instead. “To be honest, I’m nervous, but nervous is good,” he said. "I think it’s opening a new door for me, pushing my creativity." {WWD}

Neiman Marcus reports third straight quarterly decline in sales
Neiman Marcus Group Ltd. reported its third straight quarter of declining sales in the three months preceding April 30. Comparable stores sales dropped 5 percent and profits fell 81 percent. CEO Karen Katz said decreased spending from international tourists was a factor. Neiman Marcus, which also operates Bergdorf Goodman and, is reportedly working with its suppliers to scale back on inventory and negotiating for additional markdown allowances. {Reuters}

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