Jean-Paul Gaultier


(1952; France) He started his career by Pierre Cardin and then by Patou, with A. Tarlazzi until 1976, when he proposes his own collection, which creates a sensation, as well as future ones, always spectaculars, a mixture of erotic fantasy and debauchery.
This designer is a mould-breaker, offering clothing that cannot be worn and crossing male and female standards, for example by wearing skirts to men. There are a lot of his eccentricities, like the Eiffel Tower-shaped upside down heels or the perfume contained in a small bust of a woman glass, multiple T-shirts, etc.

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