Paco Rabanne

"On that day in 1966 when Spanish designer Paco Rabanne sent “12 Unwearable Dresses” down a Paris runway, it suddenly became conceivable for a fashionable woman to reject silk and satin and instead choose clothes made of metal or plastic.The same rebellious aesthetic imbues Paco Rabanne’s perfumes, developed in partnership with Puig. Released in 1969, his first feminine fragrance, Calandre (French for “automobile grille”) is built around a bold and surprising floral/metallic note. In 1973 Puig and Rabanne revolutionized the men’s category with Paco Rabanne Pour Homme."