Top 5 Celeb Reed Carpet Moments with…Givenchy

One of the biggest, most covetable (and a personal favourite of mine) globally recognised luxury brands is the French fashion house Givenchy.   The French luxury brand creates pieces that can go from haute couture to ready-to-wear in a heartbeat. Founded in 1952 by Hubert de Givenchy in Paris, the brand has been given a new lease of life and an ever growing celebrity following with Riccardo Tisci at the helm as creative director. From graphic t-shirts to embellished ball gowns, Givenchy is solidified in every fashionista’s repertoire.


Riccardo Tisci

Hubert de Givenchy

Zoe Saldana


Zoe Saldana attended this year’s Comic Con wearing head-to-toe icy blue Givenchy to promote her latest film Star Trek movie Star Trek Beyond.


Bella Hadid


The model of the moment attended her first Met Gala wearing an extravagant black gown paired with peep-toe thigh-high sock booties.




Adele walked the Grammy’s red carpet it an A-Line embellished dress. The cut and finish of this dress shows the versatility of Givenchy custom looks created for the red carpet.
Rooney Mara


The Oscars red carpet is the most anticipated of awards season, and Rooney Mara did not disappoint in a bridal inspired cut out dress which combined beading and lace, beautifully contrasting with her deep red lips and slicked back hair.




Beyonce took a risk wearing a full latex nude embellished gown to this year’s Met Gala. She featured on both best and worst dressed red carpet lists for this ensemble but Queen Bey is never one to hide from her critics.

Post Author: Rebecca Purshouse

Rebecca Purshouse
I'm a freelance fashion stylist and blogger based in London, with clients including Selfridges, ASOS and Hungry Tiger. I'm a fashion obsessive in every way with a penchant for the colour orange and jumpsuits (although I'm yet to discover my perfect combination of the two). I love to see the fun in clothes and never take myself too seriously. I couldn't live without highlighter, sushi and hair straighteners.

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