Fashion fades. Only style remains the same.
Our tribute to Hubert de Givenchy
We pay homage to one of the most influential designers in history: Hubert de Givenchy. Before creating his own haute couture brand in 1952, the French stylist worked for names like Christian Dior, Elsa Schiaparelli and Robert Piguet, and dressed several world-renowned personalities, notably Audrey Hepburn, his greatest inspirational muse. Givenchy was known for his visionary work, materialized in pieces that revolutionized the fashion of the time, especially the blouse of ruffles in the sleeves. His sketches were based on drapery, which resulted in works endowed with exceptional originality and authenticity. The creator valued not only his muses, but above all the female body and silhouette, helping women to feel more elegant. Its name is eternalized through its brand, which continues to show the public alternative styles, without neglecting the graciousness characteristic of the founder of the brand.