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Paco Rabanne Vintage
mouchoir gown

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Metallic silver silk sarouel inspired wedding dress from Paco Rabanne from 1989 featuring pastel bayadere lurex on a base of cement-coloured mousseline, small upstanding padded collar, long puffy sleeves and puffy pants. Worn with a shoulderpiece in tubogaz and metallic pearls forming spirals, a multi-tiered belt and a tricorn hat with tubogaz and metallic pearls.

Made in France


Farfetch ID: 10217033

Size & Fit
waist: 68 centimetres, hips: 104 centimetres, bust: 90 centimetres, inside leg: 86 centimetres

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Composition & Care
Silk 100%
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Designer : Paco Rabanne Vintage

Paco Rabanne started his career in 1965 as a designer, with a collection of 12 dresses which he called "the Unwearables", including his first plastic dress. In 1966 he opened his own outlet where he earned international repute for his metal-linked plastic-disc dresses, sun goggles and jewellery made of plastic in primary colours. He retired in 1999. His architectural background led him to use disks cut from metal or plastic, linked with wire and other interesting techniques, producing tiny metal, vinyl and plastic link dresses. Visit Paco Rabanne for more information on this designer