rabanna

rabanna

(rəˈbænə)
n
(Textiles) textiles a Madagascan textile woven from raffia and used to make bags, clothes, etc
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Julien Dossena explores a joyful evening wardrobe by re-interpreting the club kids and night spirit of the Paco Rabanna disco era.
And his rendition of the Rabanna, the traditional call ending the daily fast, has also been barred from the airwaves since he openly sympathized with those protesting the 2009 election results.
Millions grew up with Shajarian's rendition of the Rabanna.
After he announced several weeks ago that he was being hospitalized for cancer treatment, many expected the regime to loosen up and play Shajarian's recording of the Rabanna during Ramadan.
Two newspapers, Kayhan and Iran, carried stories about Shajarian's Rabanna being kept off the airwaves, suggesting that the Rohani Administration had sought to have it restored and been overruled.
Always worth a visit, the museum is hosting a collection of designs by all the icons of the age, Mary Quant, Ossie Clark, Pierre Cardin and Paco Rabanna, among others.
Paco Rabanna and perfumer Christophe Raynaud have launched a new eau de toilette version of their hit 1 Million fragrance, called 1 Million Prive and Lady Million Prive.