One of the first Givenchy designs to become a phenomenon in the ’50s was the blouse with high buttons, puffy sleeves, a tiered design, and a wrap around the cuffs. It feels classy, classic but still somewhat ironic, inspired and named after model Bettina Graziani.
Time-changing designs of fashion house givenchy
In 1958, Givenchy created a sweet and feminine babydoll dress. He believes that this design will liberate women from the confinement, no longer being caught up in the fabric covering the steel frame, but will give them flexible, quick and fluid movements like wearing a dress. floating clouds. It is a separate version of the high-end ruched dress previously created by his god Cristóbal Balenciaga.
Also in 1958, Givenchy launched “Balloon Coat” of wool fabric with a round shape like a hot air balloon. It had soft sloping shoulders, a wide body, and was just above the knee, which had a big influence on the “Swinging Sixties” era of the 60s . In 1961, First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy entered fashion history in a delicately embroidered white satin dress to visit the Palace of Versailles in Paris.
Star Elizabeth Taylor once wore a white Givenchy fur coat design with a hood to attend an event with her co-star. Both of these artifacts became heritage partly because of the woman who wore them, but the greater reason came from the pompous modernity in architectural lines and sharp simplicity.
During the same period, Hubert continued to have the opportunity to meet the monument of Audrey Hepburn. The image of the actress in the elegant white dress of the fashion house when participating in the movie Love in Paris created the definition of a Givenchy “muse”. The fashion style of female stars is also the most quintessential, quality and representative of the brand.
In the three decades since they met, Hepburn and Givenchy have created classic fashion moments countless times. In it, not to mention the black dress in Breakfast at Tiffany’s in 1961. Although Coco Chanel was the creator of the ” little black dress “, for Hepburn, she only knew Hubert de Givenchy and was also the one who gave it.
LBD up icon row. Hepburn is so enamored with Givenchy’s youthful designs that she wears them in most of her films such as Funny Face , Love in the Afternoon , Paris When it Sizzles , Charade , Love Among ThievesIn addition to Audrey Hepburn, the list of customers of the French fashion house has many names from the nobility and upper class, such as former First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy and Princess Grace Kelly .
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