paco rabanne throws it back to 60s psychedelia
Turning away from 2019's nihilism and dark truths, Julien Dossena instead embraced 1969's French-pop, kitsch, peace, love and obligatory bowl cuts.
the story behind paco rabanne's hypnotic new era
Deliciously eclectic and wildly mismatched, Julien Dossena’s spring/summer 19 collection for Paco Rabanne was one of the stand-out collections of the season.
paco rabanne reimagined old world glamour for new world power dressing
“I was searching for beauty, what does glamour mean now and how can you contextualise it in a contemporary way?”
“it’s a show about hope”: from rick to margiela, paris spring/summer 18 is all about positivity
With the stakes of the world being so high, designers are rejecting the angst and fear of today’s global climate and crafting a future optimism.
i-D is a partner at the 31st international festival of fashion and photography in hyères
The festival takes place between 21 and 25 April at the villa Noailles.
sexy futurism at paco rabanne autumn/winter 16
Julien Dossena continues to build upon the Paco Rabanne legacy, turning the brand's heritage into something fresh, new and vital.
william klein and jean-paul goude join the hyères festival jury
They join Martin Margiela, Helmut Lang, and Yohji Yamamoto as an impressive panel of judges at the fashion and photography festival.
julien dossena is taking paco rabanne back to the future
The rise of the silver surfer, Julien Dossena is bringing the chainmail legacy of Paco Rabanne into a bright new era of sexy futurism.
paco rabanne's sexy sporty spring/summer 16
Julien Dossena continue's his reinvention of the classic French brand, with a collection equal parts wearable and futuristic, mixing leather armour with delicate slips.
paco rabanne autumn/winter 15
Julien Dossena’s autumn/winter collection for Paco Rabanne proves that casual and classy are not mutually exclusive.
pfw: paco rabanne spring/summer 15
Paco Rabanne opened a window and let some of that fresh air in, and all of a sudden everyone seemed to breathe a little easier.
Anders Christian Madsen