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PACO RABANNE c. 1994 Vintage Rhodoid Disc Dress Unworn Size S

PACO RABANNE c. 1994 Vintage Rhodoid Disc Dress Unworn Size S

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This rare and emblematic Paco Rabanne rhodoid disc dress from the 1990s is based on the designer's iconic 1966 disc dress, one of the most famous and well-documented creations in fashion history. It was reissued in 1994 as a limited edition DIY kit in collaboration with the fashion magazine ELLE.

This dress has been freshly assembled from approximately 700 pale gold discs and 1,300 gold jump rings and features the Paco Rabanne metal tag on the back. The mini length dress slips on to wear and features double layered straps for durability and side slits for maximum freedom of movement. Thanks to the flexible construction, the dress adapts perfectly to your figure and can be easily altered by removing or adding discs.

A real head-turner and the ultimate party dress. Tame its sexiness with black tights and a black turtleneck bodysuit underneath.

Excellent, unworn. Micro scratches to some of the discs due to age and storage.

The dress as is will approximately fit a size SMALL.
Length 86,0 cm/33.86"

This design is very well documented, reference images are available on request: Celia Hammond in Paco Rabanne for Vogue UK, May 1966, photographed by David Bailey. Kellie Wilson by Jeanloup Sieff for Nova magazine, 1966. Audrey Hepburn in "Two for the Road", 1967. Paco Rabanne's first collection, photographed by Jack Robinson for Vogue, April 1, 1966. Guy Bourdin for Mademoiselle, 1966. Donyale Luna for Vogue, April 1966, by Guy Bourdin. Miley Cyrus promoting her performance on Saturday Night Live with Mark Ronson, December 14, 2018, via Twitter by Miley Cyrus Germany. Fabiola Beracasa celebrating her birthday, January 2024. Elle France December 1994, Karen Mulder wearing this dress on the cover.

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