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In 1953, Suzy Parker interpreted Hubert de Givenchy’s red Chinese embroidery umbrella-shaped dresses and dark green silk shirts.

In 1953, Suzy Parker interpreted Hubert de Givenchy’s red Chinese embroidery umbrella-shaped dresses and dark green silk shirts.

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  • 1. Luxury Heavenhttp://www.luxury-heaven.comGivenchy Creates Legend of Black Dress[Black Dress, Suzy Parker, Hubert de Givenchy, Chinese Embroidery Dresses,Dark Green Silk Shirts]In 1953, Suzy Parker interpreted Hubert de Givenchy’s red Chinese embroideryumbrella-shaped dresses and dark green silk shirts.In 1945, Hubert de Givenchy who was still a student in art school had begun theinternship in Jnoques Fath workshop. Later, he worked with designers such asRobert Piquet, Lucien Ldiong and Elss Schiaparelli etc. In 1952, he launched hisfirst designed series-mainly with white cotton and combined with elegantembroidery and fabulous beads. Since then, his fashion house’s status has beenestablished.Whenever Audrey Hepburn appeared, he would usually wear clothes designedby Givenchy. They met in 1953. At very first, they were clients and bosses.Because the mutual appreciation of each others talent, they began to developinto good friends. After four decades, Hubert de Givenchy not only designed page 1 / 2
  • 2. Luxury Heaven http://www.luxury-heaven.com everyday clothing for Audrey Hepburn, but also was responsible for the clothing she wore in the movie. Especially the little black dress is still on the list of must-have item in women wardrobe. Hubert de Givenchy once said: "The real beauty comes from the respect of and tradition and admiration for classics." This phrase also accurately depicts the fact that he is a perfectionist. page 2 / 2Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)

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