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Olivier Rousteing's reinterpretation of the labyrinthine pattern for Balmain's 1945 collection is a testament to the brand's rich heritage and Rousteing's commitment to infusing modern designs with historical significance. By collaborating with a renowned luxury tapissier in France, Rousteing ensured that the intricate two-tone, three-dimensional PB-patterned jacquard fabric captured the essence of Pierre Balmain's mid-century designs.

The incorporation of these 1945 offerings underscores the enduring legacy of Balmain's 75-year-old heritage within Rousteing's contemporary creations. This fusion of past and present exemplifies Rousteing's vision for Balmain, where tradition meets innovation to create timeless and impactful fashion statements.

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