The Givenchy brand
Hubert de Givenchy founded his namesake fashion house specializing in Haute Couture and ready-to-wear in 1952. No sooner did it open than Givenchy earned a reputation for breaking with the fashion codes of its time.
Today, Givenchy remains synonymous with the dual notions of fresh modernity and aristocratic elegance, a tribute to the talents of Monsieur Givenchy’s successors, in chronological order: John Galliano, Alexander McQueen, Julien MacDonald, Riccardo Tisci and, most recently, Clare Waight Keller.
In June 2020, the iconic House opened a fresh chapter in its history by appointing designer Matthew M. Williams as Creative Director for women’s and men’s collections.
Ratti-Givenchy double creativity
The collaboration between Givenchy and Ratti was born from a modern and strong vision of the textile accessory, to translate the aesthetic and iconic symbols of the French fashion house into exclusive prints.
An overall view that fosters the birth of textile accessory made at the same time of sophistication and determination to celebrate the elegance through a bold iconic revolution, whose value and conveyed message are as important as the richness of the fabrics.
Each creation born from the fabric, is exalted until the last yarn; in this way the accessory, thanks to Ratti’s heritage, is pushed to be an icon of the experimentation and of the modernization.