Fashion Designer Paco Rabanne Dies At 88
Paco Rabanne dies at the age of 88 in Portsall, France. His death was confirmed by Spanish group Puig, which controls the Paco Rabanne fashion house and fragrance business. Paco Rabanne is a Spanish fashion designer and perfumer, who rose to prominence in the 1960s as a pioneer of avant-garde and futuristic fashion. In the 1960s, he gained widespread recognition for his “12 Unwearable Dresses in Contemporary Materials,” which showcased his use of unconventional materials in his designs. In addition to his work in fashion design, Rabanne is also known for his contributions to the world of fragrance.
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