Francisco "Paco" Rabbane de Quarbo, a Spanish-born fashion designer better known as Paco Rabbane, fled Spain with his family during the Spanish Civil War in Paris. So he is only four, having to say goodbye to his father, who was a Republican colonel and who was executed during the reign of dictator Franco. In Paris, one might assume, his personal and design identity was shaped, and it was probably what made him the "wild boy" of the fashion world.From designer to fashion designerIndeed, Paco Rabbane, who is an architect in his training, began his fashion career designing jewelry and accessories for various fashion houses, before reaching out to design clothes. Even before turning to his studies, he began working with his mother in creating embroidery work and buttons for elite fashion houses such as Dior, Givenchy and Balenciaga. Although he applied to architecture studies, he never worked in the field. In contrast, he quickly became famous in the fashion and eclectic works that include unconventional materials like metal and paper. When time and time again he proved that in fashion as in fashion there are no rules.In 1966 he founded his French fashion house. And not long afterward, Hollywood embraced it. And he was called to design for Jean Fonda her clothing in the sci-fi movie "Barberella" in 1968. Indeed, throughout the years, he brought his love to the metal industry as he makes extensive use of it during his work, producing dresses made of metal rectangles and recycled discs. Paco Rabbane's perfumes fondness for metal can also be seen in the design of his perfume bottles from the beginning of his life to the present day. Paco Rabban's first perfume is the Calendra Women's Fragrance, from 1969. He produces his perfumes most often from a collaboration with the Spanish Piog Company. Since then, 85 different fragrances have been launched. The latter of which is 2019.The Million Series, which was first launched in 2008, is for both men and women. Initially, the perfume was launched in the male version and packed in a bottle of gold bullion. Two years later, his female version called Lady Million was launched. Recently in this series two new perfumes for men are one million Lucky 1 and the other, Lady Million Lucky for the women. The cover of these perfumes has been upgraded and is now wrapped as a glowing platinum gold.And one can't help but talk about one of the last perfumes launched by Paco Rabbane, is Pure Exas. Which was initially launched for the men and a year later for the women. It comes in an elegant bottle made of upscale glass, which is built in rows with a dull blue tint and gradual degradation from the deepest shade to the electric blue. The brand name and the perfume name appear in shades of warm gold on the front of the bottle, while the back of the bottle gets a particularly sexy design, decorated with a gold snake coming from behind it and rising to the top.