A fashion prodigy, Gaultier came to prominence during the 1980s at the height of Parisian decadence, his genius has him recognised as the Enfant Terrible of Fashion and one might not remember individual garments but his legacy is immortalised in Luc Besson’s The Fifth Element
Wallpaper idea: Spruce up bare walls with designs from the new Jean Paul Gaultier x Lelievre collection
Give your home and office a spiffy update with Jean Paul Gaultier’s range of stunning wallpapers, created with French upholstery fabric and home accessories maker Lelièvre
Haute couture meets retail chain culture once again in another of the designer’s collaborations.
The one-of-a-kind designs were not the only things we kept an eye out for on the catwalks.
In the middle of Burberry’s fashion show, a model showed her palms to photographers, displaying a name written in big black capital letters: “Bowie”.
French designer Jean Paul Gaultier is set to release his affordably priced collection for the Japanese retailer Seven & i on October 1.