Givenchy is a French fashion house producing luxury clothing, accessories, cosmetics and perfumes. Founded in 2052 by designer Hubert de Givenchy, who from the very beginning knew everything about current fashion and trends and was able to dress any type of customer who entered his store - from a debutant who was looking for their own style to very demanding customers from the upper classes for whom elegance was a way of life. Givenchy represents pure and minimalistic sports clothing with extraordinary details, dresses made of high quality fabrics with deep necklines, zippered jackets, fitted trousers, as well as extraordinary evening dresses and light cashmere coats. Givenchy also designed his clothes for many famous actors and actresses, including the Oscar-winning Audrey Hepburn. He designed the costumes in films such as "Sabrina" or "Breakfast at Tiffany's", which Hepburn starred.