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Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Isn’t it amazing how this Paco Rabanne jacket from 1967 still looks fashion-forward? I would love to wear it. It would be perfect with jeans and a black t-shirt.

Photo from OMG That Dress. Click for source.

What can I say? The year 1967 produced all kinds of stylish things … like me!

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21 Responses to “Futuristic Vintage: Paco Rabanne Jacket”

  1. Cameron says:

    I’m willing to be this jacket will still be fashion-forward in 2167, let alone now. The past is a blueprint of the future, after all. 😉

  2. sulky kitten says:

    Suffice to say, neither it nor you look your age!

  3. Jean says:

    Yes, it was a very good year!! Will we see you in this beauty soon?

  4. wows – I though the jacket was from right now. It would look so fab on you.

  5. Mary Panjari says:

    I love it . That is all.

  6. Sheila says:

    Yay, and me too! Fab jacket!

  7. Bonnie says:

    This jacket is crazy awesome. I want it.

  8. Megan Mae says:

    I love 60s fashion. And that jacket is so exception! Although this is one of those things that makes me go “huh, I bet I could DIY that” (whether I’d be successful is a toss up).

  9. Amazing! I love the way he used jewellery-making techniques to make clothes.

  10. Kristin says:

    Yep…I can totally see you in that!

  11. You would look great in this jacket and I’m lusting after it also. 1967! The music was great and so was the style!

  12. THE-LOUDMOUTH says:

    I don’t know if I could pull off this jacket, but it’s definitely up your alley! I love seeing patterns on you!

  13. stacy says:

    God I love Paco, but you were the best thing that came out of 1967 :)

  14. What a cool jacket! I so wish I had been born in the 60’s. Seriously.

    • WendyB says:

      Sometimes I wish I was born early enough to enjoy the ’60s — I would like to be Mick Jagger in the ’60s. That had to be fun!

  15. Marti says:

    I agree it doesn’t look like anything out of the 60’s
    Marti

  16. That jacket is perfect for you. I was in 4th grade 1967!