This Christmas, do not miss the first big retrospective organized about Hubert de Givenchy, at Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum in Madrid. A selection of the best creations of the French designer, in a unique exhibition curated by the couturier; the same that will give you his most intimate insight into their own collections over half a century: from Maison Givenchy foundation in 1952 in Paris, to his professional retirement in 1996.
You’ll contemplate the famous black dress that Audrey Hepburn wore in Breakfast at Tiffany’s, and designs that Hubert conceived especially for VIP personalities of the twentieth century as Jacqueline Kennedy, the Duchess of Windsor and Princess Caroline of Monaco. Nor have wanted to miss the appointment his most original creations like Bettina blouse, the iconic sack dress and prêt-à-porter designs. A masterful lesson of sensitivity and good taste that expires next January 18th.