Refined finesse, avant-garde elegance and bold femininity – hardly any brand manages to unite these as much as the Givenchy fashion empire. Just as exciting as the runway shows and emotional as the reports about the meteoric rise of the fashion designer, are the commercials from Givenchy. We have summarized our highlights for you here.
Designer Fashion: Ladies, Men, Fashion Shows & Co
The French traditional house was founded in 1952 by Hubert de Givenchy. His relationship with Audrey Hepburn played a decisive role in the creation of women’s fashion. In 1961 he created the legendary “little black dress” from the cult film “Breakfast at Tiffany’s”.
The brand also offers luxury prêt-à-porter fashion and accessories for men and women. The world-renowned designer brand not only makes fashion for women, but also for men and children. We bring you the most spectacular fashion shows, collections and exciting collaborations with Ariana Grande.
Givenchy: Fashion that sets the trends of tomorrow
Founded by Hubert de Givenchy, the luxury brand Givenchy has been revolutionizing the fashion industry since the 1950s. Audrey Hepburn’s “little black dress”, Madonna’s stage outfits and Kim Kardashian’s wedding dress – they all made statements and the list of successes of the fashion brand is long. Even after the death of founder and fashion designer Hubert de Givenchy, the brand continues to enjoy great popularity. In addition to clothing and accessories, much emphasis has been placed on the unique fragrance collections from Givenchys since 1988.
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Haute couture, ready-to-wear and lovely fragrances
Inverted gender roles, original storylines and dramatic cinematography. Givenchys commercials are innovative, modern and daring and always leave a lasting impression. Check out our favorite Givenchys commercials here.
Modern men’s collection with a touch of retro
This short film by Alice Kong, shot at Villa Palmieri in Florence, Italy shows the activities the boys are doing for the summer of their lives while wearing the new collection “Nouveau Glitch”. Designed by Clare Waight Keller, this collection with its bright colors perfectly matches the environment of the video and the extraordinary models.
Dreamy mannequins in colorful haute couture
For the annual haute couture collection, the designers of Givenchys 2019 opted for the colors blue and red. This was also reflected in the advertising clip. Almost unreal, the models marched here through a surrealistic cloudscape. You can see the masterpiece directed by Neil Krug here.
Emancipated prêt-à-porter in front of a seductive backdrop
Fashion can also be heavenly. This proved creative director of the house Givenchys with the fall collection 2019 under the name “Winter of Eden”. The paradise of Adam and Eve is thus given a feminist twist, which is also noticeable in the advertising clip. Check out the clip here.
Sensual Eau De Toilette with charming storyline
The promotional video for the popular perfume Eau de Toilette is a short film of a young man at a boring party. At this he meets a woman and then disappears dancing with her in the mysterious alleys of the city. This masculine and self-confident fragrance has been inspiring people since its release in 1974 and was created by fragrance designer Paul Leger.
First spring collection by Matthew M. Williams for Givenchy
Givenchy presents the spring/summer collection by creative director Matthew M. Williams. The American fashion designer has already worked with rapper Kanye West. His vision for Givenchy is elegant, chic and powerful – just like this collection. Model Bella Hadid, Kendall Jenner and US rapper Carti present the elegant high-fashion clothing.
Ready-to-Wear Collection: Fashion for Autumn & Winter
Matthew M. William’s ready-to-wear collection for men and women seems to be aimed at Generation Z. The fashion is primarily black and very revealing due to the many cut-outs. The fashion is primarily black and very revealing due to the many cut-outs. For the colder days, William designs large, furry coats and vests. The designer also dresses the models in balaclavas, which add a certain anonymity and drama. The show is as dramaturgical as the fashion: the room is largely black, only the spotlights create brightness and shine on the new fashions.
Haute Couture: Love letter to Givenchy
With his last haute couture collection by Givenchy, then head designer Clare Waight Keller wanted to write a love letter to Givenchy before leaving the luxury house. The dresses are floral and characterized by soft colors. Delicate flounces make the dresses eye-catching. Traditionally, the women’s collection is characterized by oversized hats that almost discover the face. The designer takes up this tradition and combines the massive hats with the delicate dresses. The fashion show was romantically accompanied by an orchestra, which was not in the orchestra pit as usual, but positioned on stilts in the middle of the catwalk as part of the show.
Famous Advertising Faces – Ariana Grande, Marc Jacobs & Co.
Hubert de Givenchy’s extravagant fashion has also been famous among Hollywood’s stars and starlets for decades. It’s no wonder, then, that even the shonen and successful of the entertainment industry are regularly seen in his commercials. Check out our highlights here.
Ariana Grande is the new face of the Givenchy campaign
Singer and actress Ariana Grande is “the new face of Givenchy” she says in an interview how much she admires the brand and she is very proud to be part of it now. In this short video, Ariana Grande is filmed from behind by British fashion photographer Craig McDean, introducing her to the world as the new face of the Givenchy brand.
Emotional campaign of the extra class with Charlotte Rampling & Marc Jacobs
A very unusual video filmed in a film studio, with an older lady who presents her acting skills to the camera. She also teaches a young man how to act in front of the camera. What the last words of the video “give me Givenchy” mean, you can find out here in the clip.
Aaron Taylor as romantic heartbreaker for Givenchy’s new perfume
Aaron Taylor-Johnson is a young British actor who has starred in films such as “Avengers: Age of Ultron”, “Kick-Ass”, “Savages” and “Godzilla”. In his younger years, he also promotes the new perfume “Gentleman Givenchy”. This perfume stands for its masculine elegance and was developed by the company founder Hubert de Givenchy.
Charming promotional clip as a tribute to Givenchy’s muse Audrey Hepburn
The promotional video by the famous photographer David Sims. About the perfume L’interdit, was shot in the Paris metro and has over 14 million views and is therefore (by far) the most clicked advertising video Givenchys. The 1957 fragrance was reinterpreted by Dominique Ropion, Anne Flipo and Fanny Bal almost 50 years later. L’Interdit is the first perfume Givenchy brought to market and a product of the legendary friendship between Hubert de Givenchy and Audrey Hepburn.
Behind the scenes of the French fashion empire
Hardly any day on set is the same, especially not when you have icons of modernity like Ariana Grande as a promotional face. Find out what a day in front of and behind the cameras looks like here. Also, who was Hubert de Givenchy and how did it become a success? Also these questions, are answered here.
Exciting day on set with pop star Ariana Grande
A “behind the scenes” video of Ariana Grande showing how much she enjoys being part of the Givenchy video shoot and that she is very proud to be “the new face” of the fashion brand, as she once mentioned in an interview.
The campaign was released under the name “Arivenchy”, which is a combination of the names Ariana and Givenchy. The singer is a strong, independent and globally very influential woman who embodies the Givenchy spirit. The collection consists of eye-catching party dresses and elegant business fashion.
Remembrance of the dazzling success story of Hubert de Givenchy
The French fashion designer revolutionized not only the fashion industry with the trend of the “little black dress”, but also the pop culture of the 21st century. Learn more about Givenchy’s meteoric rise here in the video. In this short video, the Parisian fashion designer and founder of the fashion house talks about how he discovered his passion for fashion. He gives exclusive insight into his childhood and family background.
Fashion brands like Givenchy: List
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Brands like Givenchy: Yves Saint Laurent and Balmain
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Yves Saint Laurent: French Glamour and the Icon of Haute Couture
The French luxury brand is not only known for its stunning fragrances, but also for its expressive fashion. Whether it’s cosmetics or garments, you’ll encounter diversity with the famous brand. The brand’s garments are made by Belgian fashion designer and creative director Anthony Vaccerello, who was previously creative director at Versace. The fashion shows are characterized by famous personalities and enchanting backdrops.
Yves Saint Laurent
Balmain: Luxurious Prêt-à-porter & Unique Collaborations
Emotional commercials. Good-looking models. Creative storylines. It never gets boring with Balmain. So it’s no wonder that the French fashion label is now an integral part of the international fashion landscape. Especially since Olivier Rousteing took over the reins as creative director, one exciting collection after the other followed and gave the brand a new, modern touch – with success!