Together, they created some of fashion's most memorable moments.
One of the most beautiful dresses in movie history is this floral ball gown Hubert de Givenchy designed for Audrey Hepburn to wear in Sabrina. The movie marked the beginning of a long collaboration between the two.
In 1954, Hepburn took home the Academy Award for her performance in Roman Holiday. To pick up her accolade, she opted for this white high-necked Givenchy gown that is still remembered as one of the best Oscar dresses of all time.
Funny Face saw Givenchy and Hepburn's collaboration deepen as the designer created several one-of-a-kind pieces for her to wear in the film. This top-to-toe black ensemble has been recreated on countless occasions since.
In one of the most famous scenes in film (and fashion) history, Hepburn wore a Little Black Dress by Givenchy as she ate a croissant outside the famous jewellery store in Breakfast At Tiffany's.
That was not the only famous LBD from the movie either. This black cloque dress with a statement hat and kitten heels was another memorable look from the film.
In another very stylish on-screen collaboration, Givenchy created the outfits for Hepburn to wear in Charade. Think pillbox hats, oversized sunglasses and this perfect headscarf.
When Hepburn married Andrea Dotti in 1969, she wore a long-sleeved mini dress with a matching headscarf that was designed by Hubert de Givenchy.
Hepburn was on hand to support the designer as he celebrated the label's 30th anniversary in the form of a catwalk show.
As Givenchy picked up an accolade at California's first Fashiontime Achievement Awards, Hepburn wore a statement red, feathered look from his line, proving that the partnership could be just as stylish off-screen as it was on.
At the Annual Night of Stars Style Festival in New York in 1991, Hepburn wore a bold pink and black embellished Givenchy dress as she shared a sweet moment with her friend.