Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Paco Rabanne Spring-Summer 2013: the eternal legacy Rabanne

Paco Rabanne Spring-Summer 2013

Lydia Maurer, new creative director of Paco Rabanne delights us with his Spring-Summer 2013 collection at the Grand Palais in Paris. A sample in which is reflected the eternal silhouette Rabanne.

Paco Rabanne Spring-Summer 2013

Designs seductive and spectacular costumes designed on the body that accompany the movement of women that takes two feature much appreciated Paco Rabanne patents still on the catwalk. Proposals rebels and their unmistakable metallic touches not lacking in its summer collection 2013.

Paco Rabanne Spring-Summer 2013

For his first collection, the artistic director defines women Paco Rabanne hundred percent. A modern woman who issued the indefinable sensuality of Marisa Berenson and Anita Pallenberg, two major figures in the House. Lydia Maurer fuels your imagination with photographs of Guy Bourdin, compressions César, the Girlfriends of Richard Prince and Jean Clemmer Nues and fascinating magic of The Doors. Following Seventies influence, arise silhouette reminiscent of the eternal created by Paco Rabanne.

Paco Rabanne Spring-Summer 2013

Cerfs-volants constructions of coats and jackets is freely inspired by sketches drawn by Paco Rabanne for his architectural studies in 1959. Highlights pads typical faceted, geometric dresses cuts and cuts that reveal the body.

Paco Rabanne Spring-Summer 2013

For fabric dresses continue to dominate the mesh, silicone and metal to plastic transparencies printed on silk braided. And we join his famous plate "69", its most distinctive sign.

Paco Rabanne Spring-Summer 2013

Supplements are essential. Emphasize the sandal-high boot leather strips woven transparent bubbles and jewelry designed by artist Chemerik Taher.

Paco Rabanne Spring-Summer 2013

The bags "Le 69" are totally trendy.

In Jared | Valentino Spring-Summer 2013: nudity romantic and full of elegance
In Jared | Chanel Spring-Summer 2013: Wind pearls



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