By  on January 19, 2016
Inside the Paco Rabanne store at 12 Rue Cambon in Paris.

PARIS — Returning to the retail scene after a 14-year absence, Paco Rabanne will this week unveil a 750-square-foot unit at 12 Rue Cambon, its perforated metal walls a wink to the founder’s famous “unwearable dresses” of the Space Age Sixties.

It’s a big step for the Puig-owned fashion house, which aims to open a second boutique in London later this year, and already has its sights set on a unit in America, likely in Los Angeles.

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