Hubert de Givenchy
The former couturier and longtime collector talks about his upcoming exhibition at the Paris Biennale, his legendary muses and the current designer he most admires
The Givenchy Style
You'll have to forgive me. I'm on a tear about The Finest Houses Of Paris. There is just so much in that book to look at and, well, talk about. Seeing that yesterday's post was about Walter Lees, it seemed fitting to include photos from the book's chapter about Hôtel d'Orrouer, the Paris home of Lees' great friend Hubert de Givenchy. As I mentioned yesterday, Givenchy lauded his late friend's "perfect taste", two words that I think also describe the Givenchy aesthetic. In fact, many interior…
Hubert Givenchy's chateau du Jonchet, Eure et Loir, Centre, ..
Hubert Givenchy's chateau du Jonchet, Eure et Loir, Centre, Romilly sur Aigre
MORE GIVENCHY STYLE - Mark D. Sikes: Chic People, Glamorous Places, Stylish Things
MORE GIVENCHY STYLE | Mark D. Sikes: Chic People, Glamorous Places, Stylish Things
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THREE FRENCH GARDENS - Mark D. Sikes: Chic People, Glamorous Places, Stylish Things
Pierre Bergé- Chateau Gabriel in Deauville Loulou de la Falaise- The Vexin Hubert de Givenchy- Le Clos Florentina
A Potager Inspired by Mount Vernon
"I dress the garden with a new look each season- just like a collection." So said Hubert de Givenchy, whose gardens at Le Jonchet, his 16th-century chateau near Paris, appear to be a slice of verdant heaven. Back in the mid-1990s, one of those new looks entailed the building of a new potager, or kitchen garden. Givenchy's first potager, seen below in image number two, had been inspired by Venice. But for his subsequent potager, the designer sought inspiration in a classic American setting…
Instagram post by John Yunis • Aug 28, 2015 at 7:35am UTC
117 Likes, 17 Comments - John Yunis (@johnyunis) on Instagram: “Le Clos Fiorentina, Cap Ferrat, as done by Hubert de Givenchy, Part 18, Living room detail. This is…”