rabanne was “not so much a couturier but a metalworker” – coco chanel
Paco Rabanne, enfant terrible of French fashion in the 60s, was one of the first to use black models – here Donyale Luna, the first African American to appear on the cover of British Vogue, was photographed by Richard Avedon wearing one of Rabanne’s controversial metal and plastic link creations.
Anyone in a dress that radical would have needed this as an accessory…
1966 Shelby Superformance 427 SC Cobra
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3 thoughts on “This was Thursday: 1966 Metal Mode”
I SO remember…mostly the car; the dress wouldn’t be too comfy.
yes, those were the days!
I can live without the dress but covet the car…