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Dressed in Audrey Hepburn in the Museum of the Suit
For: Writing ASMODA
The designer Hubert de Givenchy donated to the Museum of the Suit of Madrid one of the mythical garments of Audrey Hepburn, the black of the movie Had breakfast with diamonds (1961) and, after happening for the corresponding preparation process to be exhibited, already it is possible to contemplate in the room author's Fashion (1930-1980) of the permanent exhibition.

The Museum of the Suit changes periodically the pieces exhibited in his shop windows by question of suitable conservation, since the dyes lose before the luxes and the pledges are deformed if they hang too much time. In this occasion, they all have changed the garments of the room to themselves author's Fashion (1930-1980), dedicated mostly to the high fashion in Spain until the 80s. The petite steals I will nongo (the black suit for all occasion), that Hubert de Givenchy designed for his big one friendly and affectionate actress, is in a shop window of the same room devoted to international designers. In this occasion he shares space with other designs of the epoch, like a garment in metal of Paco Rabanne and a design of Louis Feraud.
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