Born in 1927, Hubert James Taffin de Givenchy founded his namesake House in 1952. That same year, he presented a collection that would leave an indelible mark on fashion history: his “separates” – elegant blouses and light skirts blending architectural lines and simplicity – met with enormous success in light of the more constricted looks of the day. The “enfant terrible of Haute Couture” was born. He would be succeeded by some of fashion’s great creative talents, among them John Galliano, Alexander McQueen, Julien MacDonald, Riccardo Tisci, and, most recently, Clare Waight Keller, who designed the gown Ms. Meghan Markle wore to wed Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, in May 2018. Just two months earlier, Monsieur Hubert de Givenchy passed away peacefully in Paris, aged 91. In June 2020, Givenchy opened a new chapter in its history with the appointment of Matthew M. Williams as Creative Director of women’s and men’s collections. A self-taught designer, Mr. Williams brings to the House a commitment to craftsmanship and attention to detail as well as an intuitive understanding of tailoring, technology and integrity in fashion.
- Working with the embroideries studio on mood boards, color boards, creative research etc. - Helping with artwork placements on Photoshop. - Editing technical illustrations via Illustrator. - Participate in the preparation of meetings and fittings. - Participate in the organization of the Fashion Shows. - Assisting with day-to-day studio duties.
Profile > Advanced user of Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator with a WRTW/ textile specialization. English is mandatory. Being able to use Adobe with high skills and know how to do hand embroderies development & researchs is a +. 6 months internship from July or September 2021 to December or February 2022. Internship agreement from Duperre is mandatory. To apply please send CV&Portfolio.