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Interesting Facts

Hubert de Givenchy, the founder of this brand, which has been in existence since 1952, came from a wealthy family; he, therefore, grew up in an environment that could take time for the beautiful things in life, and absorbed the sense of aesthetics from an early age.

Hubert de Givenchy has since retired and sold his company to LVMH. One of his successors as creative head at Givenchy was John Galliano, who also had a stint at Dior. His muse was Audrey Hepburn. Everyone knows the "little black dress" that she wore in "Breakfast at Tiffany's", further development of the classic invented by Coco Chanel. The great old Hollywood stars adored their creations, which gave dignity and grace to each wearer.

This impression is also conveyed by the noble fragrances of the brand. His first work was called "L'Interdit" and was another tribute to his muse. The successors to his first perfume, such as "Pi" or "Organza", are in no way inferior to it in class and quality.
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