(Clothing and Textiles)
Louis Vuitton
Naomi Campbell
(Movies & TV)
Vivienne Westwood
Shirley Bassey
Emanuel Ungaro
Alexander McQueen

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Julien Macdonald

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Julien Macdonald

Welsh fashion designer add

Category: Fashion

Born in 1972.

Countries: United Kingdom (38%), France (24%), United States (14%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Givenchy, Louis Vuitton, Naomi Campbell

Linked to: Royal College of Art, British Airways, Givenchy, Category:Alumni of the University of Brighton




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Julien Macdonald was born in 1972 add something


In 2000, MacDonald was appointed to the position of chief designer at the Paris Haute Couture house of Givenchy ; and, in 2001, he was named British Fashion Designer of the Year add something


He was selected by British Airways in 2001 to redesign their flight attendants' uniforms add something


In 2001, he was named "British Fashion Designer of the Year" and, on 15 March 2001, was appointed as chief designer at Givenchy add something


Hubert de Givenchy - After a brief stint by Galliano, a five-year stay from Alexander McQueen and a term from 2001 to 2004 by Julien Macdonald, Givenchy women's ready-to-wear and haute couture has been headed by Riccardo Tisci since 2005


Givenchy - In 2001, designer Julien Macdonald was appointed Artistic Director for the women's lines, which consist of haute couture and ready-to-wear


In June 2006, MacDonald was awarded an OBE in the Queen's Birthday Honours for services to fashion add something


In February 2007, Macdonald was again criticised for the prominent use of fur in his autumn collection, causing further outrage when he claimed that "People who don't like fur can piss off add something


Shirley Bassey - Glastonbury Festival - Bassey performed a 45 minute set at the 2007 Glastonbury Festival wearing a pink Julien Macdonald dress, and customised Wellington boots


Georgia Frost - Her catwalk debut was at the Spring 2007 Julien MacDonald show in London


Katherine Jenkins - In September 2007 Jenkins catwalk modeled at Naomi Campbell's Fashion Relief event for charity in a Julien Macdonald dress which was bought by Sir Philip Green for £10,000


Prudence Millinery - Since spring / summer 2008, she has been designing and creating hats for Hector Castro at Biba and for Julien MacDonald She has made hats for Swiss born designer Saro and for the London store Liberty of London


In February 2010, MacDonald was unveiled as a new judge on "Britain's Next Top Model", alongside new host and former "supermodel", Elle Macpherson add something


Barbara Palvin - Palvin has walked for Louis Vuitton, Miu Miu, Nina Ricci, Emanuel Ungaro, Christopher Kane, Julien MacDonald, Jeremy_Scott, Vivienne Westwood, Etro, and opened the pre-Fall 2011 Chanel show


Whitney Port - In 2012, Port was confirmed to join the judging panel of the eighth cycle of "Britain and Ireland's Next Top Model", alongside fellow new hire Tyson Beckford and returning judges Elle Macpherson and Julien MacDonald


In September 2013, MacDonald was revealed to be one of the celebrities competing in the dancing competition TV show "Strictly Come Dancing" 2013 add something


Burn (Ellie Goulding song) - Goulding performed "Burn" on the first live results show of the tenth series of "The X Factor" on 13 October 2013, wearing an embellished gold dress by Julien Macdonald


In 2017, MacDonald apologized for his previous use of fur, telling Reuters, "You do not need to kill animals to wear nice clothes add something