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Paco Rabanne

Paco Rabanne La Nuit EDP Spray

Franco-Spanish designer Paco Rabanne took the world of fashion by storm in 1966, the year he established his own fashion house. Today, Paco Rabanne is as known for its extravagant clothing designs, as it is for its perfumes and fragrances.  ...

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Paco Rabanne Ultraviolet EDP Spray

Franco-Spanish designer Paco Rabanne took the world of fashion by storm in 1966, the year he established his own fashion house. Today, Paco Rabanne is as known for its extravagant clothing designs, as it is for its perfumes and fragrances. Launched in: 2...

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Paco Rabanne Lady Million EDP Spray

Like a diamond in the rough, Paco Rabanne Lady Million Eau de Parfum is a rare perfume that combines edgy woody fragrances with delicate fruit and floral notes. This scent begins with a sensual base of neroli and jasmine before transitioning into a light fruit fragrances of raspberry and citrus scents. A final touch of white honey, amber and patchouli create a vibrant base that ties this perfume together.Light enough to wear both day and night; Paco Rabanne Lady Million Eau de Par...

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Paco Rabanne 1 Million Edt Spray

Paco Rabanne 1 Million Eau de Toilette is an invigorating and masculine men's scent. A blend of fresh fruit fragrances combine with striking spicy notes blend to make a fragrance as complex as the man wearing it. Fresh top notes of citrus and mint blend into a heart of spicy cinnamon and rose notes to create a truly dynamic scent. The sensual base of Paco Rabanne 1 Million Eau de Toilette mixes the scent of rich leather, amber, white wood and patchouli to solidify this fragrance in a soft yet...

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Paco Rabanne Black XS EDT Spray

Black XS for Men with a light frssh citrus paired from the onset with of dark smoky woods. A light fruitiness emerges in the center with a winning strawberry note paired with soft florals and the resinous woods from the opening accord

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Paco Rabanne Black XS For Her EDT Spray

Black XS for her was launched after the popularity of Paco Rabanne's 2005 release of the same name for men. This fragrance was developed by perfumers Emilie Coppermann and Marc Buxton who have used cranberry, pink peppercorns, tamarind blossom, hellebore rose, cacao flower, black violet, massoia wood, patchouli and vanilla in its composition

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Paco Rabanne Ultraviolet Men EDT Spray

Franco-Spanish designer Paco Rabanne took the world of fashion by storm in 1966, the year he established his own fashion house. Today, Paco Rabanne is as known for its extravagant clothing designs, as it is for its perfumes and fragrances. Launched in: 2...

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Paco Rabanne is a French fashion house founded in 1966. Francisco "Paco" Rabaneda Cuervo, the Spanish-born fashion designer more widely known as Paco Rabanne, fled Spain with his family during the Spanish Civil War. Growing up in Paris, he is an architect by training, but he started his fashion career designing jewelry for other houses before trying his hand at clothing design. He quickly became known for his eclectic fashions featuring unconventional materials such as metal and paper.

The house's first perfume is the now-legendary women's scent Calandre, introduced in 1969. A series of innovative fragrances in distinctive bottles for both men and women have followed. Paco Rabanne fashions and fragrances are produced in conjunction with Puig.

Designer Paco Rabanne has 40 perfumes in our fragrance base. The earliest edition was created in 1969 and the newest is from 2012. Paco Rabanne fragrances were made in collaboration with perfumers Christophe Raynaud, Olivier Pescheux, Michel Girard, Olivier Cresp, Emilie (Bevierre) Coppermann, Mark Buxton, Emilie Coppermann, Fabrice Pellegrin, Michael Hy, Anne Flipo, Beatrice Piquet, Dominique Ropion, Bruno Jovanovic, Robert Gonnon, Rosendo Mateu, Jean Martel, Jacques Cavallier, Pierre Wargnye and Gerard Anthony