Held on the eve of the Paris Haute Couture week, Paco Rabanne‘s Fall/Winter 2022 collection – the show was Julien Dossena’s first in three seasons to be held in front of an audience – explored an elusive intersection of future, past, present.
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By deconstructing the rules of volumes and textures, the collection was modeled around the body, giving it the pleasure of discovering itself in a new and unusual way.
Naked navels, balloon skirts, silver dresses, mohair bustiers, and much more were on display.
“I was exploring textures and proportions and volumes, trying to reach a balance between conceptual and radical – which I love – and at the same time, femininity and sensuality”, Dossena said to Vogue.
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