• Jean Paul Gaultier's Perfume Party Sizzles in Paris

    4 monthes ago - By WWD

    Paris might have been hot on Wednesday evening, but it was downright sizzling at the Jean Paul Gaultier party celebrating the new Scandal By Night women's fragrance, due out in September.
    Elisabeth Jones Hennessy, Anna Cleveland, Paz de la Huerta, Betony Vernon and Catherine Baba were among guests at the majestic 19th-century mansion on the Place Saint-Georges that was teeming with pole dancers, leather-bound men and gender-bending staff peddling black fans, red lollipops and French letters in wicker baskets. In true Gaultier fashion, a cloakroom attendant sported a striped sailor...
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  • Naomi Campbell Slays In All-Black At Paris Fashion Show

    4 monthes ago - By OK!

    Naomi Campbell has been strutting her stuff as one of the world's top supermodels for over three decades. On Wednesday, she was spotted at the Jean Paul Gaultier Fall/Winter 2018 show during Haute Couture Fashion Week in Paris, letting everyone know that she's still got it. Read on to see more.
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  • Amanda Lear Would Do Anything Jean Paul Gaultier Asks

    4 monthes ago - By WWD

    On and off the runway, the cast and crew of Jean Paul Gaultier's upcoming revue “Fashion Freak Show” had turned out in full force for his smoking hot, in all senses, fall couture show. Actress and scriptwriter Tonie Marshall, the revue's codirector, sat alongside former cabaret star and “queen of the night” Régine.
    “I'd do anything Jean Paul asks,” said Amanda Lear, having done his previous revue in Berlin three years ago. “We've been talking about it for a while.” The singer and veteran model recently lent her voice to Edna Mode in the sequel to Disney's animated movie “The Incredibles...
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  • Jean Paul Gaultier: Couture AW18

    Jean Paul Gaultier: Couture AW18

    4 monthes ago - By 10 magazine

    Warning: Smoking Kills. But Le Smoking can be positively life affirming. Jean Paul Gaultier based his couture show on the idea of tuxedo dressing and tuxedo attitude, both for men and women. The designer, who stepped away from ready-to-wear to focus on couture in 2014, riffed freely on tux dressing, happily blurring gender boundaries as he went. For men, the cummerbund was made in polished patent leather and widened so it became a corset. For women the frills on a masculine dress-shirt were exaggerated into a mini dress. There were witty his ‘n' hers exits with men in black sequin maxi...
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