PACO RABANNE SS19 Collection is here
Paco Rabanne’s SS19 collection had us dreaming of packing up our lace slips, floral silk dresses, and skirts in scarf motifs, to make a run to warmer weather. Of course, our luggage wouldn’t be as light and airy as you’d imagine.
Chains, bright metals, and oversized links would be coming along too.
The juxtaposition between airy lightweight layers and bold heavy-looking chains layered from head to the crooks of our arms. The signature 1969 bag paired with a maxi slip dress, adorn with a voice-box length oversized chain necklace makes for the perfect spring outfit combination.
From the runway in Paris to our storefront here in Toronto.
The line harmonizes streetwear and high-fashion, edginess with functionality, and rebellion with engineered perfection.
Just at the cusp of its explosion, the brand has found a more-than-suitable home at Archives. Be prepared for heart-throbbing hardware and practical designs that test the boundaries of streetwear.
Featuring the anticipated Nike x Alyx collaboration… Get ready for what you’ve been craving.
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