Ever since it was first established in the 60s, Paco Rabanne has been pushing the fashion boundaries. This is the label that once sold disposable dresses and which was responsible for the costumes from the iconic 60s film Barbarella. Over the years the label has evolved with the times and now has an appealingly modern, and yet feminine, aesthetic. Textures, colors and reinterpretation of the more traditional ideas on form and function continue to give the brand a prominence season after season. The knitwear range from the label incorporates what has become its signature metallic accents on felted sweaters and long-sleeved jumpers. Cozy mohair knits, directional acetate and polyester designs and neoprene color blocked looks all feature.