Paco Rabanne is one of fashion’s high-end houses that can create an assemblage of surprising unconvential styles and materials that would graze any catwalk with a memorable collection. Just like any House of Fashion, changes are as constant as any trends. They just welcomed a new artistic director, Lydia Maurer who previously worked with Givenchy and YSL. Maurer succeeded Manish Arora who was the Creative Director for a year.
Arora presented his collection in Spring/Summer 2012. There were a lot of opinions both negative and positive about his fashion style but nevertheless he was able to offer several amazing outfits in his collection that still embody what Paco Rabanne is all about.
Here are some of the highlights from Arora’s Spring 2012 collection which created a lot of critical responses due to the line’s futuristic style.
This year, Lydia Maurer is determined to continue offering every man and woman a unique clothing style not only inspired by art and architecture but is also an emblematic expression of their individuality. She has nothing but praises to the creative prowess and technological craftmanship that the brand has built its name with. Her first collection will be this coming October for Rabanne’s Spring/Summer 2013 which the House has high hopes for.