Bambi and Female print is the latest craze found throughout Givenchy fashion items. Naturally there’s also a tablet accessory with the same design print – a tablet sleeve made from thick and sturdy canvas fabric. The exterior material has been coated with a black strengthening agent ensuring extra durability and water-repellent capabilities. The interior is lined with black faux-suede, preventing accidental scratches and smudges. The case is delivered in a cool presentation box, underlining its superior designer status.
The house of Givenchy was founded in 1952 by designer Hubert de Givenchy and is a member of Chambre Syndicale de la Haute Couture et du Pret-a-Porter. It is owned by luxury group LVMH and in 1993 achieved a total sales worth of $176 million, making it the second largest apparel division of LVMH after Dior.
The reins for both collections were passed on to Riccardo Tisci in 2005 when he was named artistic director of womenswear. Riccardo Tisci has conserved the aristocrat elegance and the architectural lines of the house by influencing his style. By changing the house codes, Riccardo Tisci adds some dark and sensual romanticism touch. Extending the chromatic palette of the house, flashy colors, such as the baby blue and the red blood, metal, wildlife and floral prints, he designs an uncluttered, structured and graphic silhouette.
Sebastian Suhl, the former chief operating officer of Prada S.p.A., is the current chief operating officer at Givenchy.
Givenchy designs have been worn by a number of celebrities on red carpet occasions, including Rooney Mara at the 2012 Academy awards. Also responsible for working with Madonna designing her costumes for her Sticky & Sweet tour as well as the 2012 Super Bowl Halftime Show.
Simple tablet sleeve case with the latest print from the designer and decent protective capabilities – Givenchy Bambi and Female