About GIVENCHY

French fashion house, Givenchy, was founded in 1952 by couturier Hubert de Givenchy. Known for his timeless, elegant luxurywear, Givenchy dressed such iconic women as Jacqueline Kennedy and, most significantly, Audrey Hepburn, with whom he had a designer/muse relationship for most of his career. Givenchy styled Hepburn for many of her films and it was his luxurious take on the Little Black Dress that Heburn wore in Breakfast at Tiffany's that launched the house into the global luxury market. Now under the helm of Italian designer, Riccardo Tisci, the label is known for its modern, understated chic and classic feminine looks.