Paco Rabanne began his career in fashion in the 1950s, making drawings of shoes and accessories for luxury manufacturers. In 1962, he started making handcrafted buttons and details for couture houses in Paris, giving him the inspiration for his future collections that would utilize rigid materials in innovative ways. Rabanne became notable for his Twelve Unwearable Dresses in Contemporary Materials, giving him a name in both fashion and art. Today, Paco Rabanne ready-to-wear clothing and handbags continue the tradition of using unconventional shapes and materials to craft beautiful, wearable items. Shop a selection of totes, clutches, handbags, and more by Paco Rabanne at Bergdorf Goodman.