By  on September 26, 2019

In his six years at Paco Rabanne, Julien Dossena has explored a number of themes from Thirties screen sirens to Eighties dandies to Fifties pin-up cowgirls, always with a chainmail link. For spring, he took a trip to the well-worn Seventies with a show of “don’t worry, be happy” hearts, rainbows and daisies.

“I wanted to work on the pop side of Paco Rabanne,” he said backstage of the collection, whose elements were not particularly surprising, even if his decision to add men’s wear to the still-nascent women’s business this season was.

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