#Riccardo Tisci is leaving #Givenchy after a successful stint with the luxury house that spanned 12 years. The French label featured one last Tisci look in the form of his Fall-Winter 2017 menswear collection.

The last piece of collaborative work between the two parties will come in the form of his spring couture collection, which was shown last month in Paris. Tisci's departure comes due to the fact that his contract ended, but it is believed that the separation between the two parties is amicable. He has a highly stylized presentation that considers architecture and space in his works.

How it all started...

The 42-year-old Italian fashion designer began making a name for himself when he graduated from London's Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design in 1999.

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He then spent some time traveling, including a trip to India in 2004 where he began working on his own line.

Tisci got the job with Givenchy in 2005 when he gained the role of creative director of the Haute Couture. The former boss of the brand said the designer was a perfect fit for the company, noting that his elegance has a modern, contemporary, and romantic style all in one. It is unclear where the artist will move now but some believe he is headed to Versace to further his career.

What else he's been in

Over the years Tisci has taken part in a number of collaborations, including one where he teamed up with perfumer Francois Demachy to help make the perfume Le Dahlia Noir. He's also worked alongside Rihanna for her World Diamond Tour, giving the pop star an appropriate style that would fit her status as one of the pop queens of the world, back in 2013.

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Tisci's collaborations have reached even higher heights, as in 2014 he teamed up with the Jay-Z and #Beyonce -- who recently announced she's pregnant with twins -- On the Run Tour that featured the married couple perform individually and together following the release of a solo album by each of them. Other work Tisci has taken part in include a collaboration with Nike for the company's Air Force 1 shoes.