In reality, a sunset lasts mere minutes; glowing intensely right before sinking below the horizon. Within the world of Paco Rabanne, a sunset transcends temporality to a constant feeling, a sense of hedonism. The Summer Holiday capsule is the essence of these sensations – the desire for an endless sunset.

This latest offering plays out as a harmony of three themes: a Hawaiian vacation circa 1950s; a reggae influence; and a nod to Jane Birkin’s embodiment of Paco Rabanne through the ’70s. Combined, they conjure carefree evenings that begin at dusk and continue to dawn. The wardrobe expresses a breezy elegance: silhouettes that are at once sensuous and sophisticated; rhythmic prints; and surface details that showcase contemporary craft.

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Four vibrant motifs splash across various light and fluid fabrics

a constant feeling, a sense of hedonism



Looks borrow and build upon the previous Summer Holiday capsule and include gathered dresses with chain straps; T-shirts with gathered focus around a ring detail; lightly flared pants that flow from the hips; and knits that define the body – proposed as skirts with deep slits, dresses with ribbed contours or culotte-style shorts. Light, stone-washed denim bridges beach and city attitudes. Swimwear boasting tie-fronts and ring piercings asserts seaside edge. Embellishments lend a youthful yet elegant vibe, whether fringe accented with metal beads, colour-blocked crochet or new assemblage creations that evoke moonlight on water.

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