Julien Dossena behind Paco Rabanne offers a great pre-Fall collection of women's transitional separates which are easy, sporty and Tomboy allure. We see fruitful ideas with kind of French 1960s youthquake style and athleticism details. Lots of the presented clothes are commercially viable, in other words saying- buy now, wear now. I love these ironic and modernly reworked retro futurism staples. Every single outfit looks desirable and fresh. Speaking of fabrics, Dossena used wool, dense jersey, corduroy and dry jacquard knits. All that made a luxe and elegant touch to these retro chic looks.
That's a sweet, body-conscious jersey wrap dress in blue color. You can try it on at weekends and tea parties.
A velvet rich blue suit jacket looks great with geometric print polo which is styled with checkered pale yellow trousers and black flat pointed-toe formal shoes.
Graphic Seventies ski sweater is worn atop micro plead fuchsia shirt and styled with the same color windowpane trousers.
If you want something creative and modern, then I recommend to try on this hybrid top, part diamond-quilted leather, part tech knit. Wear it with slim-fit pants in black stripes.
That's a mannish boyish utility shirt tucked in dark blue trousers with white outlines.
Photo: Coco Capitan / Courtesy of Paco Rabanne