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rabanne Jupe

$534.00 (40% off)
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  • Fabric: Lightweight slinky jersey
  • Gathering from O-ring detail at front
  • Ruching at back
  • Hook-and-eye and hidden zip at back
  • Shell: 83% cupro/17% elastane
  • Dry clean
  • Imported, Tunisia
Style #PACOO30484
Measurements from size 36
Length: 43.25in / 110.0cm
Model MeasurementsZoi
Size on Model36
height5'10" / 177cm
bust33" / 85cm
waist26" / 67cm
hips37" / 93cm
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About the Designer

Spanish designer Francisco “Paco” Rabaneda Cuervo started out making jewelry for the likes of Givenchy and Dior—but he finally launched rabanne in 1966, as a way to showcase his rebellious side. By making use of unconventional materials (like metal and plastic) in his provocative clothing silhouettes, the designer quickly earned a reputation for being the l’enfant terrible of French fashion in the '60s. That same defiant brilliance influences rabanne clothing and handbags yet today—as evidenced by the label's chain-mail dresses and woven leather bags. By braiding together art and fashion, rabanne clothing and accessories remain as uncompromisingly unique as their founder.