McCall's 8336; ©1966; Givenchy - Misses' Suit. Single breasted jacket with panel seaming at back and front and two-piece set-in sleeves, and four section skirt with pleats at side back and side front. Jacket has bias collar, and collar and fronts, turned back to form short revers, are faced. Back is softly gathered at waistline by button-on belt. Collar, fronts, lower edge and belt are trimmed with machine stitching. Jacket is lined and collar, fronts, back, sides, lower edges of sleeves and belt are interfaced. Skirt, gathered in front and back, is dart fitted under pleats and opening is closed with snaps and hooks and eyes under left front pleat. Skirt is underlined and waistband and lower edge are interfaced.
This pattern was based on the designs that Givenchy created for Audrey Hepburn in How To Steal a Million in 1966. There are four of these designs (McCall's 8340, 8346 and 8348), which were featured in an article in McCall's magazine.