Hubert de Givenchy and Audrey Hepburn
Hubert de Givenchy and Audrey Hepburn
The name of French fashion designer "Hubert de Givenci" was associated with the distinctive and exciting designs of Hollywood star Audrey Hepburn, whose designs were known for its elegant Parisian elegance. Today, with the announcement of the death of Hubert de Givenci, the founder of Givenchy, Hubert Beiburn collected.

One of the most important pictures of the pair was in 1954, where Hepburn was wearing a white and black collection of GIVENCHY design, before filming one of the scenes of the film Sabrina, also filmed the duo at the Oscars the same year.
In 1954 Hepburn was haunted by the collection of black and white colors by Givenshi with the film Sabrina
In 1954 Hepburn was haunted by the collection of black and white colors by Givenshi with the film Sabrina

The duo was in 1958 in Italy during the filming of The Nun's Story, and the two were photographed during their independence as a luxury car.
At the 1954 Oscars
At the 1954 Oscars

The duo Hubert de Givenchy and Audrey Hepburn appeared in a number of pictures while attending a large number of gigantic concerts, where they appeared together on the red carpet several times.
Audrey in Paris in 1978
Audrey in Paris in 1978

 Hubert de Givenci worked with many of the most famous and famous fashion houses, notably Pierre Balmain, Christian Dior and Elsa Schiaparelli, before setting up the fashion house in 1952 and two years after the opening of the house. After launching the first "ready-to-wear" fashion group, and then introduced a men's clothing set in 1969.

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