Jean Paul Gaultier, the rebellious and iconoclastic genius of French haute couture who presents his fall / winter 2018 collection in Paris on the catwalk, brings a fashion made of rigorous cuts, clean lines, important but modest decorations, as well as volumes . Even knitwear garments have classic motifs and are perfectly important until the second half of the fashion show goes off, suddenly and everything changes and here is the real Jean Paul Gaultier and his transgressive, iconoclastic, deliberately provocative fashion of which every time he prints, audience and buyers are eagerly awaiting. And Gualtier certainly does not disappoint with the original reinterpretations of the cult garments of the wardrobe as the tuxedo with unprecedented asymmetries up to the iconic glove sleeves framed like a painting and go-go transparencies.
A moment of pleasant "schizophrenia" piloted by the genius of Gualtier to create a fashion show that just like a show took place in an unstoppable crescendo of shapes and silhouettes that, look after look, increase in thickness, volume, transgression and of course design tout court. Pure enjoyment for those who, like Gaultier, know that fashion is a serious matter as long as you never take yourself seriously, as he has repeatedly declared himself.
Inspiration: Transgressive experimentation
Colors: white, black, light blue, brown, silver, red, green
Fabrics: feathers, velvet, crepe satin, organza, knitwear, lace, pvc