Hubert James Taffin de Givenchy began his non conforming and iconic French fashion house at a young age creating romantic designs adored the world over.

He founded his infamous line through his close friendship with the best dressed women of that era including Jackie Kennedy, Princess Grace of Monaco, and Elizabeth Taylor who were always keen to be the designer’s ambassadors.  It was a lifetime friendship with Audrey Hepburn that launched Givenchy onto the world stage. His creations featured on Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Sabrina and Funny Face and formed a friendship with Hepburn that lasted 40 years.

Italian designer Riccardo Tisci, a relatively unknown designer when appointed creative director of Givenchy in 2005, has preserved the unwavering design aesthetic  to build a coherent, modern universe of  Givenchy.  If Audrey Hepburn, with her unfussy femininity, was the poster child for Hubert de Givenchy , then Tisci’s darkly romantic, slightly melancholic and innovative designs are drawing in the modern day beauties.

The fashion house boldly embodies French elegance and delivers a certain distinctive, sober and sensual dazzle to the haute couture.

The Givenchy Devotee

Defining chic for a world of admiring women, Givency is adored not only for their haute couture but for their ready-to-wear luxury. Appreciated for its overall balance of femininity and fierceness the Givenchy devotee swoons for the Parisian couture heritage. Like Audrey Hepburn, the Givenchy woman evokes glamour, and refined elegance with a slice of simplicity.

The Givenchy Collection 

The Givenchy collection characterises originality with signature prints and unique feminine creations. Each design is a seal of its unique French elegance with subtle colour pops and a mixture of neutral and authentic shapes. One thing Monsieur Givenchy has taught us through his beautiful designs is how to be a lady.