Paco Rabanne presents Winter Whites, a capsule exclusive to Moda Operandi and Paco Rabanne stores. Comprised of emblematic designs reimagined in white, this special selection conjures a sensuality that is at once striking and serene. Removed of color, the pieces reveal the essence of Paco Rabanne creation: streamlined silhouettes and the exploration of radical craft.
The capsule brings together looks from several recent collections – a testament to design that transcends time. A dress combining a plunging bodice in metal mesh and an asymmetric satin skirt dates from Pre-Fall ’17. Originally shown in black as part of the Fall-Winter’19 collection, a flou dress that glints with hot fix strass returns in fluid ecru satin. A draped and gathered ensemble in crepe with jewelry elements appeared on the Spring-Summer ’21 runway.
Each look draws attention to the body through lingerie-inspired lightness and surface detail. Assembled from fringed, iridescent discs, a bustier and skirt are imbued with dynamic allure, while a stretch lace dress makes a romantic statement. Delicate with an edge, faint floral embroidery enhances a slip dress embellished with silver chain around the décolleté.
Winter Whites also encompasses bags and accessories. The iconic links of the Eight jewelry are revisited in white enamel. A shoulder bag from Fall-Winter ’22 defined by its fine chain and oversized ring merges metal mesh and white Napa leather as a supple, day-to-night shape. The Sparkle Nano is newly proposed in iridescent white discs accented with silver Fleur-de-lys; gleaming Sparkle sandals can be worn with ease.
Against the backdrop of a rocky beach where the waves crash against the shoreline and the sky is suspended in crystalline blue, the capsule becomes a free-spirited, feminine expression. From bridal ceremonies to evening occasions, these dream-like looks exist to mark a lasting moment.
[Photo Credit: Courtesy of Paco Rabanne]
Princess Cathy Keeps Things Neutral Next Post:
Lupita Nyong’o Promotes BLACK PANTHER: WAKANDA FOREVER in Cult Gaia, Cinq à Sept and Thebe Magugu
Please review our Community Guidelines before posting a comment. Thank you!