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Things change rapidly in the fashion world and this is actually a good thing as fashion is supposed to always reinvent itself and bring new things to the “table”, so that the interest towards fashion is constantly high. One of the latest changes when it comes to the fashion world is given by the Paco Rabanne brand, which has confirmed that Manish Arora is Paco Rabanne's creative director. There have been rumors circulating that Paco Rabanne is considering to bring Manish Arora to join their team and these rumors have just been confirmed. We ... Read More
The new creative director for Paco Rabanne, Manish Arora, managed to bring back the spice this season with a super stylish fashion collection that attracted everyone's attention. Manish Arora took Paco Rabanne's 1996 extravagant collection as inspiration and the result was incredible. With a high dose of Sci-Fi and futuristic touches, the collection kept all eyes on from beginning till the end, so take a peek at Paco Rabanne's spring 2012 collection unveiled at Paris Fashion Week. The collection is definitely not for the faint-hearted as the... Read More
A wonderful surprise was cooked up by designer Manish Arora for the fall 2012 season at the renowned fashion label Paco Rabanne as after a very sci-fi spring 2012 collection, the designer opted to pull the reins and tone down the collection, going this time for ultra-feminine, wearable designs that still had a little bit of an edge, just enough to make heads turn. From start to finish, the collection captured the public's attention taking them on a fantastic fashion-forward journey through an array of styles from casual chic to elegant with ... Read More
Boldness is definitely in for the spring 2013 season. The Paco Rabanne fashion house definitely encourages women to take this direction when it comes to making a fabulous statement. Forgoing high volumes for strong impact fabrics and daring cutouts, the label definitely highlights the idea that the new season belongs to pieces with interesting textures and structures rather than to the uber colorful and conspicuous prints which have previously dominated runways. Damsel in distress? How about strong, confident warrior instead? For the latter ... Read More