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PACO RABANNE

Brand Concept
At the age of 17, Paco rabanne went to Paris to study architecture, and then changed to shoes and handbag design. Extend what you have learned to your cultural foundation and self-development. Therefore, his works are changeable and fashionable. Paco rabanne has made accessories for Balenciaga, Nina Ricci, Givenchy and other famous Paris fashion houses. In 1965, Paco rabanne established its own brand of the same name, "Paco rabanne", with the store located at 33 Berger street, Paris.
 

Inspiration
This season, Paco rabanne has opened its own exploration of "I hate the word - 'glamour,'" and collected materials from old Hollywood films: from royal family to military to red carpet, including dandy's 1970s glam rock and Roxy Music. The designer meticulously collects various classic popular elements and applies them to his design: the velvet dress of the 1940s, the waterfall Earrings inlaid with diamonds, and the sparkling "heirloom" brooch; these elements are self-confident and powerful one by one, making the classic design obtain a creative new interpretation. Paco rabanne believes that "when you wear clothes, you will radiate strength and confidence from the inside out, give full play to your unique sense of fashion and charm. In the future, Paco rabanne will continue to lead the fashion "escape" with a "meticulous" attitude.
 

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Designer Profile
Paco Rabanne founder Paco Rabanne (Paco Rabanne) was born February 18, 1934 in northeastern Spain, near Francisco Rabaneda y Cuervo in Basque, France. His mother was a tailor in Balenciaga's fashion house, and his father was a soldier. Two years after the Spanish civil war broke out, his father, who supported the coalition government, was arrested and shot, and the family fled to Brittany, France. War and family environment have created Paco Rabanne's unique personality: broad-minded, determined, persuasive, multi-faceted thinking, caring for others, and enlightened acceptance of new things.
 

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