Jean Paul Gaultier Couture Fall 2012

 

Jean Paul Gaultier made references to writer George Sand’s scandal, a famous female French writer known for wearing men’s clothing and smoking in public in the 1800s, and the art deco movement of the 1920s for his Fall 2012 Couture show. Jean Paul Gaultier’s collection was brazenly designed, filled with corsets, top hats, embellished jumpsuits, and pretty much anything else one would hope for in a decidedly theatrical collection. This influence resulted in a collection of androgynous ensembles featuring top hats, tuxedo jackets, lush furs, art-deco inspired prints and sheer chiffons.

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