What Went Down At The Paco Rabanne Show At Paris Fashion Week FW 2019

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Whether it’s the magnificent Eiffel Tower or the extravagant Fashion
Week, Paris is the hallmark of European fashion, culture, art, and
architecture. With breathtaking sets, outrageous and regal
collections, attractive makeup, or voluptuous models dolled up in
impressive couture, Paris Fashion Week 2019 was all a glamorous dream.
From spunky buns to sparkling sequins to flashy accessories and divine
floral prints, everything that glittered and shined at the Paris
Fashion Week 2019 was, explicitly “Paco Rabbane”.
Fashion Week 2019
The creative artistic designer of Paco Rabbane, Julien Dossena’s
exquisite fall-winter collection was to reckon with the succinct
minutiae and style this season. The collection stole the show with
eye-catching, radiant attire, having a sense of disco drama spiced up
with decency and proficiency giving off some major 1970’s vibrations.


Fashion Week 2019
This talented designer neatly put together and played with colors,
textures, designs, and printmaking; achieving an exemplary fashion
statement. Cheetah, checker and tiger prints along with floral-prints
were all completed with a different approach. While the weird,
glittering sequins had their brightest function: every single model
was glazed with bling, and it was something noteworthy and phenomenal.


Fashion Week 2019


It was clear from the styles shown by the models: Dossena wanted
something theatrical and intense because there was remarkably
intricate work, details, quality and creativity behind this amazing
collection. It was an impressive combination of patterned tops, furry
coats, sequin bottoms, slip dresses, plaid suits, pleats, and funky
accessories with sartorial elegance and splendor.
Fashion Week 2019


The level of artistry and ingenuity in the majestic crystal mesh gown
was the showstopper which stunned the audience with long, slim, subtly
layered silhouettes, accessorized with a striking choker and a jazzy
clutch, styled with short, soft waves and nude lipstick.Dosenna’s idea for the pop-up novelty seemed quite appropriate with
the presentation and sound approach from his collection. Only a
fashion genius like Dosenna could make viable efforts to keep fashion
and charisma in equilibrium.
Paco Rabanne
The signature Paco Rabbane’s collection was printed with florals and
patterns equipped with classic and palatial jewels like chandelier
earrings and add-ons like totes and clutches, which added glory and
opulence to the couture. However, the makeup remained a 1970’s
retro-inspired, glam rock look.
Paco Rabanne
Beauty trends that aren’t made for day-to-day wear seemed hot and
groovy at the PFW’19. From braids to ponytails to low and high buns to
wavy and sleek, sultry hair, models walked the runway with stunningly
gorgeous demeanor.
          It’s safe to say this show certainly did not disappoint!


About Suzanne Tripaldi

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6 comments to " What Went Down At The Paco Rabanne Show At Paris Fashion Week FW 2019 "
  • Natalie Frost

    Wow! I’m so impressed with how this show went. I think it was a real eye opener to the fashion world that there are just so many different styles and attitudes to any wardrobe. Definitely going to keep up with this fashion show next year.

  • Mason Carey

    Seems to me that during the Paris Fashion week so much goes down. The fashion world is always going bananas for that week. Hopefully, I’ll be able to make it out there sometime.

  • Alejandro Mays

    We haven’t seen very many incredible designs from Paco Rabbane in the past. However, I believe that he is really producing new trends in the fashion world which can be seen by all the outfits he produced this year.

  • Jasmine Hewitt

    Looks like a great show and I love some of these designs!

  • Claudette Holsing

    Good post. I certainly appreciate this site. Continue the good work!

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