Posts Tagged ‘Gaultier’

Ambiguous Gaultier – the handsome side of Men

The masculine side of Jean Paul Gaultier Menswear collection…  

Ambiguous Gaultier – the beautiful side of Men

According to Plato, an androgyne was a combination between masculine and feminine. He was not descending from the Earth or the Sun, but he was the son of the Moon. He was so complete in his nature and self sufficient that he surpassed the gods, and was therefore  split in two halves by Zeus. Some […]

Jean Paul Gaultier and androgynous model Andrej Pejic – Menswear FW 2011/12

Jean Paul Gaultier seems quite in love with androgynous male model Andrej Pejic…at his Menswear collection he had Andrej strutting the catwalk both as a man and a woman (closing the show in a fur gilet and high heels). Gaultier’s Spring 2011 women’s campaign features Pejic with lookalike Karolina Kurkova — both in fishnets and […]

Jean Paul Gaultier and Dita Von Teese

L’enfant terrible with the queen of burlesque backstage at Gaultier Haute Couture collection Fall winter 2010 – 11 …

Dita Von Teese at Gaultier show – Couture fw 2010

The star of Jean Paul Gaultier show was the queen of burlesque Dita Von Teese, who appeared in very succinct black lingerie at the end of the show. Dita often attends Gaultier shows as a front row guest, but this time she walked sensually down the catwalk for the French infant terrible, showing everything showable […]

Jean Paul Gaultier wrapping-like headgear Couture fw 2010/11

The accessories that complete Jean Paul Gaultier collection were leather gloves, necklaces ornate with large stones and jewels worn on the forehead, but the predominant feature was certainly the headgear!!! Huge turbant-like headpieces (or maybe more like Easter-eggs wrappings) vary from the bright green silk one worn by Jessica Stam to a more sober powder […]

Jean Paul Gaultier Couture fall winter 2010/11 backstage

Jean Paul Gaultier presented a rich and feminine collection, with classic yet elegant colours such as deep blue, gold, black and gray presented alongside with bolder shades like fluorescent yellow. The lines and the general atmosphere is most certainly vintage, inspired perhaps by he Hollywood golden age. Yet Gaultier wouldn’t be the same without sexy […]

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