Conical bras, striped sailor tops and gender-neutral designs… Jean Paul Gaultier has been in fashion for more than 50 years. He has dressed Madonna, Björk and Lady Gaga, and was elevated to cult status in the 1990s as the co-presenter of Channel 4’s Eurotrash, with Antoine de Caunes. The French designer recently turned 70, and his wild, eventful life will be celebrated in a song-and-dance cabaret, Fashion Freak Show, at the Roundhouse in London this summer.
Following its partnerships with Glenn Martens and sacai’s Chitose Abe, Jean Paul Gaultier has now joined forces with stylist Lotta Volkova on a new collection. Volkova is known for her unique creative direction and aesthetic, having been one of the key names behind Vetements‘ breakthrough as the brand’s in-house stylist. She has also worked with Demna for Balenciaga, in addition to Miu Miu‘s new direction with the ever-so-popular mini skirt sets.
Lori Harvey took to Instagram to show off her latest look while out on the town and as usual, our good sis did not come to play!. Taking to the social platform, the beauty influencer posed for the gworls in a stunning Jean Paul Gaultier two-piece ensemble that was everything. She paired the look with open toe sandals and carried a white Lady Dior handbag to match. As for her hair she rocked her shoulder length locs in a voluminous bob with a slight curl on the end and adorned a soft glam makeup look on her face that had her glowing in the light.
‘Fashion Babylon’ Pays Homage to the Kings, Queens and Courtiers of Couture as Jean Paul Gaultier Bids Farewell (EXCLUSIVE)
Click here to read the full article. Paris-based Italian director Gianluca Matarrese took a deep dive into the world of fashion for his latest documentary feature, “Fashion Babylon,” which world premieres on Saturday at CPH:DOX film festival in Copenhagen. Ahead of the premiere, he spoke to Variety about the film and upcoming projects. The idea for “Fashion Babylon” came to Matarrese after he met American musician and artist Casey Spooner in a bar in the Marais district of Paris, where the director lives. “He’s quite an extraordinary character, and he knows everyone,” Matarrese says. “He opened up the gates so I...
Designer Glenn Martens' Spring 2022 couture collection for Jean Paul Gaultier was already in the running for this year's most exciting fashion moments, and Jada Pinkett Smith just added to the existing buzz. The actor and "Red Table Talk" host showed up to the 2022 Academy Awards in one of...
It’s been more than 50 years since Roche Bobois rolled out its now-famous Mah Jong sofa, and a handful of renowned designers have upholstered its modular cushions with their own fabrics since. One long-time collaborator is Jean-Paul Gaultier, who first brought his sensibility to Mah Jong in 2010, incorporating nods to his fashion house in its design—think bold graphics, sailor stripes, and a black-and-white color palette. Now, fashion’s enfant terrible returns to the ever-versatile seating, this time for a bold new outdoor edition that debuts just in time for the warmer months.
Since the house was founded in 1982, Jean Paul Gaultier has created innovative and detailed standout pieces. While Gaultier himself stepped down in 2020, the house’s roots of unconventionality and eccentricity have continued to make Gaultier a fashion force to be reckoned with. The Spring/Summer 2022 Haute Couture show builds on this legacy as guest couturier Glenn Martens celebrates Gaultier’s rich history through his haute couture looks.
Yesterday in Paris, Glenn Martens presented his collection for Jean Paul Gaultier spring 2022 couture. Martens is the second guest couturier to do so in a series of planned seasonal takeovers of the brand, following Sacai’s Chitose Abe’s premiere turn last season. The Belgian designer is known for...
All products featured on British Vogue are independently selected by our editors. However, when you buy something through our retail links, we may earn an affiliate commission. When it comes to sourcing vintage, no one does it quite like Rihanna. Remember when she whipped out those Tom Ford-era Gucci jeans?...
All products featured on British Vogue are independently selected by our editors. However, when you buy something through our retail links, we may earn an affiliate commission. You’re unlikely to have missed the vintage Jean Paul Gaultier revival we’ve seen of late, with everyone from Bella Hadid and Kendall Jenner...
Since the announcement of a collaboration between creative director Glenn Martens and Jean Paul Gaultier for the latter’s upcoming haute couture show, the industry has been anticipating how this partnership might play out. But look no further – the autumn/winter 2022 runway of Marten’s label Y/Project was rife with signature trompe-l’œil prints from the Parisian maison.
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Jean Paul Gaultier has enjoyed a huge revival in recent years, led by the likes of Bella Hadid, Kendall Jenner and Cardi B who can’t get enough of the designer’s cult ’90s and Noughties looks. So much so, in fact, that the brand announced the launch of its own rental and resale service last year, allowing more fans to access its extensive archive.
Dua Lipa loves wearing clothes before anyone else can get their hands on them. The singer totted the Luar Ana bag weeks before it was available for preorder, she wore a David Koma dress pretty much right off the runway, and now, she’s wearing Jean Paul Gautier ready-to-wear literally the day it went on sale.