Givenchy is one of the most renowned fashion houses globally, which started in 1952 by selling apparel made from raw cotton. Popularity allowed Hubert de Givenchy’s self-named French brand to reach new heights and expand its range of products, adding in collections of perfumes, cosmetics and accessories for both men and women alongside offering apparel to its customers.
French fashion designer Hubert de Givenchy founded his eponymous brand in Paris, France, way back in 1952. The brand had launched a collection of apparel made from raw cotton when it first entered the market. As the brand became famous overnight and made a name for itself in the world of fashion, it diversified its product portfolio over the years, tapping into different market segments other than its haute couture clothing such as cosmetics, accessories and fragrances.