Mini, midi and maxi. Jean Paul Gaultier brings on the catwalk for the Haute Couture a tribute to the aesthetic path of Pierre Cardin, starting from Sixties


It starts with a series of outfits in the name of black & white coupled in optical version, and then continue with jackets with structured shoulders tight at the waist by belts and made sculptural to the brim.
The strong color is the protagonist, enhanced by embroideries and profusion fringes, playing with asymmetries and cutting-edge shapes.

While hypnotic prints invade the most fluid and light clothes with materials ranging from silk to chiffon, then passing through tulle, organza, cady, paint, fringes, feathers, leather, satin, shantung, lurex, jacquard.
Hourglass, A, tapered, sculptural, asymmetric, mermaid, fluid.

Gaultier’s women love colors, such as white, black, anthracite or, moreover, blue, green, lemon, fuchsia, silver, turquoise, mauve, vermilion, sun yellow and above all accessories.
Whether long geometric pendant earrings with optical effect, opaque and colored tights, bicolor décolletées with ankle strap, flat leather clutch, origami patent leather boots, see-through organza cuissard.
Or, why not, soft leather gloves to be easily combined with high belts with maxi metal buckles or even glitter sandals with platform.