Paco Rabanne Launches Archival Dreses as NFTs

Paco Rabanne is giving its archives a futuristic makeover with its first-ever NFT launch, comprised of digital versions of its 12 “unwearable dresses.”

Releasing via Selfridges, the collection includes 12 virtual pieces featuring the details from Paco Rabanne’s past creations. Standouts include a metallic mini-skirt suit from Fall/Winter 1990, as well as a silk jumpsuit from Fall/Winter 1997. The geometric shapes found on the white-silver Spring/Summer 1996 dress are recreated in digital form in addition to the fucshia suction mini-dress from Spring/Summer 1997.

The NFTs will be available in limited quantities of 56 units with prices starting from £600 GBP (approximately $782 USD). Peep the full collection above and head over to to shop the collection from April 12.

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