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...Jean Paul Gaultier’s Autumn/Winter 1997 show titled ‘Forbidden Gaultier’ was presented at Paris Fashion Week. The collection encompassed Gaultier’s famed avant-garde approach to design, as evident in his combination of sportswear, grunge...
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...Jean Paul Gaultier’s Spring/Summer 2000 show ‘La Parisienne (The Love Boat)’ was presented at Paris Fashion Week. Gaultier’s inspiration for the collection was seemingly shipwreck meets vacation wear, presented on a runway turned beach...
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...Jean Paul Gaultier’s Spring/Summer 1988 collection was shown in Paris and challenged the orthodox notions of gender presentation through both male and female dress. Perhaps gentler than Gaultier’s previous eclectically sourced shows, his...
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...Jean-Paul Gaultier’s Autumn/Winter 1989 womenswear collection was shown at Halle de la Villette during Paris Fashion Week. The collection contrasted and combined masculine and feminine clothing. Models wore traditionally masculine clothing...
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...Jean Paul Gaultier's Spring/Summer 1990 collection was shown during Paris Fashion Week. The collection’s main theme was the nun’s habit, which was paired with garters, suspenders, and harnesses to give the show a subversive Gaultier twist...
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...Jean Paul Gaultier's Autumn/Winter 1990 womenswear show was held in Paris. In this show Gaultier evoked a sense of Parisian gypsy chic: accordion music played throughout and models wore headscarves, vests, knitted hats, scarves, gloves...
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...Jean Paul Gaultier’s Autumn/Winter 1998 show was presented at Paris Fashion Week. A stylistic departure from Gaultier's signature irreverent aesthetic, this autumnal collection was more sober in both design and presentation. Forgoing...
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...Jean Paul Gaultier's Spring/Summer 1999 show 'Japanese Tourists At The Louvre' was presented at Paris Fashion Week. Inspired by a mix of Romanesque draped garments and Japanese traditional costume applied to Western style the collection...
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...Jean Paul Gaultier’s Spring/Summer 2001 show was presented at Paris Fashion Week. With a dirt field in lieu of a runway, Gaultier channelled Mad Max and the Hell’s Angels with tough biker ensembles donned with skulls, infernal flames...
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...Jean Paul Gautier's Spring/Summer 2002 show 'Effet Christo' was presented at Paris Fashion Week on 1st October 2001. The designer said of the collection: "I've always been inspired by different cultures…I wanted to convey a positive message...