Hubert de Givenchy's style is a magnificent alchemy of background, friends, travels around the world, visits to museums, and most important, his collections of paintings, furniture and decorative arts. This book, created in close collaboration with the renowned designer to the rich and famous, explores the sources of inspiration of an artist who created a look that was the very essence of Paris chic. Filled with the fragile beauty of Audrey Hepburn and the frivolity of the Duchess of Windsor, the book visits Givenchy's magnificent Parisian townhouse, the enchanting seaside villa in Cap Ferrat and the glorious salons and gardens of his chateau near Paris. It follows Givenchy to his office, his atelier and his fittings, while personal albums and previously unpublished pictures illustrate how a very private life has influenced the way the whole world looks and dresses.
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Franciose Mohrt was editor-in-chief of French Vogue for 18 years and has written several books on fashion and art, as well as many articles for Vogue Decoration, Architectural Design, and Beaux Arts magazine among others.
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Book Description Assouline, 1998. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P112843231078