G I V E N C H Y

LEAGUE OF ITS OWN:
A french luxury fashion brand that has all the celebrities in their grasp like reality star Kim Kardashian and musician Kanye West. Givenchy has been flaunted and appraised constantly due to their artistic nature of clothing. Founded in 1952 by Hubert de Givenchy, it has seen been taken over by a new company LVMH. This grossed about 176 million dollars, making Givenchy second under Dior in the division. This remarkable brand has since dressed the most famous people in history like Jackie Kennedy, Audrey Hepburn, Princess Grace of Monaco, and Liz Taylor.
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THE FACES BEHIND GIVENCHY:
Hubert de Givenchy- A successful and brilliant french aristocrat and fashion designer, he founded The House of Givenchy in 1952. Givenchy gained his fame when he did the personal wardrobe of Audrey Hepburn and Jackie Kennedy. He was honored and elected into the International Fashion Hall of Fame in 1970.

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Riccardo Tisci- In 2005, Italian fashion designer Riccardo Tisci was named the Creative Director of womenswear and haute couture. In 2008 he was also named accessory and menswear designer for the company. Tisci has been up and down with critics about his outlandish dress wear but has still remained a top designer.
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Sebastian Suhl- Since March of 2012, he has been the director and CEO of Givenchy and has been part of the LMVH since the 1980s. Before Givenchy, Suhl worked with Prada and became general manager in 2001 before moving to France. He’s bringing attention to the fashion industry and is expanding Givenchy greatly.
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CELEBS IN GIVENCHY:
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Credit: Givenchy

11 comments

  1. I really like Givenchy, even when their clothing is ‘a bit’ too expensive for me, but they’ve great, astoundingly designs and cuts. Also one of my idols Bill Kaulitz wears Givenchy, another reason for me to like this brand.^-^

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