>> Riccardo Tisci is subversive in a lot of ways, but, he says: "At the end of the day, I believe in my Jesus Christ, I believe in my God, and I am Catholic. It's one of the world's oldest religions and it's not quick to change. My mother will tell you that, I might not seem it, I might not look it, but I am a good, religious boy." And that carries beyond using religious iconography in his work: Tisci says he prays before each show, and puts salt in the four corners of the show venue "to avoid negative energy. I'm superstitious, that is very much part of religion." [Independent UK]
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