Highlights Oversized Anorak: Riccardo Tisci sent lots of outerwear down the runway at the Givenchy Pre-Fall 2011 show. This anorak stood out with its oversized construction and exaggerated fur trim-an unconventional take on a cold-weather convention. Also notable is its olive coloring, an interesting departure from Tisci's signature black. Olive. White dyed Mongolian lamb fur (China) hooded spread collar and lining; hidden snap front. Long sleeves with banded cuffs. Cinched waist. Snap-flap pockets. Mongolian fur hem. Cotton. Made in France. Highlights Faux-Wrap Dress: Olive coloring gives this Givenchy dress a military feel-a more rugged reference than many of Riccardo Tisci's darkly romantic designs. Faux-wrap construction adds complexity to its basic silhouette and speaks to the collection's innovative use of layering. Olive. V neckline; belted faux wrap front. Long sleeves. Draped layer forms modern bodice. Straight skirt. Center seam down back. Wool/polyamide/spandex. Imported. Outerwear played a prominent role in the Givenchy Pre-Fall 2011 collection. This look's oversized anorak has a forceful presence, with exaggerated fur trim adding seasonal strength. The tonal dress reinforces the military feel of the look's olive color scheme, presenting a new perspective on Riccardo Tisci's romantic inspirations.