Perfumes & Cosmetics
Founded : 1957
Activities : Fragrances, make-up, skincare, spas
77, rue Anatole France
92300 Levallois-Perret - France
Since 1957, Parfums Givenchy has been part of a now legendary story: the encounter between Hubert de Givenchy and Audrey Hepburn, and the first fragrance born of their friendship, L'Interdit.
Cultivating a blend of aristocratic elegance and impertinence, Givenchy perfumes capture the era with style, unveiling the magnetic beauty of women. After Ysatis, Organza, Very Irrésistible and Ange ou Démon, in 2011 the House launched Dahlia Noir, a spellbinding feminine fragrance born of the imagination of Riccardo Tisci.
Ever since the creation of Monsieur de Givenchy, Givenchy’s men's perfumes consistently convey “gentleman’s attitude”. This distinguished vision of male seduction successfully captured the spirit of the times with Givenchy Gentleman, Pi, Play and, since 2013, Gentlemen Only.
Makeup innovates with trend-setting colours and textures. With the Givenchy Le Makeup line, Nicolas Degennes, Art Director of Makeup and Colour, dares to create contrasts, blending ingredients in original new ways. A resolutely modern and elegant makeup embodied as much by the famous Prisms, in their attractive compact cases, than by the spherical brush of the mascara Phenomen' Eyes. The latest creation in the line: Noir Couture mascara, the Le Rouge lipstick with its leather case, and the Teint Couture foundation.
Givenchy had developed a skincare philosophy that marries pleasure with performance. Le Soin Noir, an age-defying skincare product with amazing regenerating power, is one of the recent years’ star creations. Collaboration with highly specialised scientists has enabled the brand to offer innovative formulas with outstanding sensorial qualities such as Vax’in for Youth, Hydra Sparkling and Smile n’ Repair.
Since 1991, the Givenchy Spas have shared the same philosophy with exceptional locations selected by Givenchy according to an exclusive policy; spacious treatment rooms meeting the demanding standards of Givenchy and reflecting the architecture of each hotel; staff carefully selected as well as treatment rituals effective and highly pleasurable