During the recent fashion shows we managed to witness splendid creations expressing undeniable luxury, impeccable elegance, femininity, flashing colors and prints, incredible designs and smart tailoring, yet the artistic show we have got much used to seeing during Fashion Weeks was absent. And here came Manish Arora, the new creative designer for the luxury fashion house Paco Rabanne to bring some edginess into the scene and spice things up with a unique, creative and artistic approach that really attracted everyone’s attention. Unveiled at Paris Fashion Week, the latest Paco Rabanne spring 2012 collection is flooded with amazing details and impressive designs that reveal the soaring fantasy of the renowned designer. Check out the new fab collection and get dazzled!
Taking Paco Rabanne’s 1996 extravagant collection as a perfect source of inspiration, Manish Arora got a fantastic result – a stunning collection, enveloped with a high dose of Sci-Fi and futuristic touches. The new line of Paco Rabanne is definitely not for the faint-hearted, as every and each design oozes edginess and a certain eclectic vibe.
Manish Arora redesigned Paco Rabanne’s signature chain mail dresses and the result is just bewitching. Sexy short dresses with attention-grabbing details that lay the focus on silhouettes, as well as stylish form fitting designs mesmerized from the very first sight. Strong shoulders, metallic details and multi-tone sequins are the main ingredients that coat the Paco Rabanne spring/summer 2012 collection with a certain delightful touch and give it a boost of glamour.
It seems like metallic colors are going to be a real must have in the upcoming season and Paco Rabanne’s collection definitely doesn’t lack this alluring trend. Fascinating and daring details made their way towards the end of the Paco Rabanne spring 2012 show, coating the designs with a vivid edgy flair. Renowned hat designer Philip Treacy created some extremely edgy hat designs to give a beautiful finish to the stunning Paco Rabanne spring 2012 collection, collection that embarrasses and bewitches!
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Photographed by Giovanni Giannoni