Paco Rabanne presented his first collection, Twelve Experimental Dresses, in 1964 and followed it in 1966 with a couture collection he called Twelve Unwearable Dresses. This sculptural micromini dress, constructed of square and rectangular aluminum plates joined with metal rings, is a rare surviving example from his "unwearable" collection
Two dresses, multiple looks! Micro mini exotic dancer dresses. Dancer quality! S/M (2-8), L/XL (10-14), XXL (14-18) 2 Dresses, one sheer black net and one metallic sparkle Dresses can be worn together or separately Comes with matching G-string panty Metallic dress has zipper back and 4 loops to attach garters. Garters not included By Magic Silk
Sequins are back in a big way and our Rhylee Dress meets the brief! This effortlessly sexy number features high-volume sleeves, a plunge neckline, bodycon fit and sparkly sequins all over. Style it with strappy heels and understated jewellery for a 10/10 party look!Product DetailsInvisible zip and hook-and-eye on the centre backLong puff sleeves with elasticated cuffsPlunge necklineFitted waistbandRuched detailing on skirtFully lined excl. sleevesNo pocketsSize & FitSize S / 8 length: 82cm…
Born in Sweden, Fannie Schiavoni moved to London at the age of 18 to study tailoring at London College of Fashion. Having completed a number of internships alongside her studies for designers including Hussein Chalayan and Giles Deacon, she then launched her first collection before graduating in Spring 2009. Browns Focus bought the eponymous collection and in the same year she received the prestigious NEWGEN Award from the British Fashion Council.