One 42 small size pattern, A4 format Cutting diagram: front bodice front side of the bodice back side of the bodice central panel of the skirt side panel of the skirt strap THE PATTERN COMES WITHOUT INSTRUCTIONS History Hubert de Givenchy was a French designer born in 1927, whose rare combination of formal simplicity and rigorous grace made a sign in the history of fashion. He was a man with evergreen elegance, a composite culture, and an innate taste, focused on the details from fabrics to accessories. Givenchy made his debut at the age of 25 in 1952, but was in the following year that took place a decisive meeting for him and the future of his atelier. It was with the actress Audrey Hepburn who became his living muse and his ideal of female beauty. The models created for Audrey in the film “Sabrina” (1954) remain as milenstones in the fashion history, especially this, whose neckline (squared in front and a deeply V-neck on the back) gives the name to the "Sabrina neckline". N.B. The patterns I propose here are not the originals of the Maison, but a my personal interpretation (Maria Adele Cipolla).