Remembered being a pioneer of unisex trend, this French designer presented blue jeans and band in to the world of haute couture. In the 1960s, on the elevation of his profession, he boasted such well-known customers as Alain Delon and Brigitte Bardot. He started his first style label in the first 1950s. He was the initial designer to outfit the well-known model Twiggy in masculine-like clothes. His two relationships led to a daughter called Eloise and sons called Thomas and Olivier. In his early adulthood years, he apprenticed using the famous developer Christian Dior.