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Jean Paul Gaultier Haute CoutureFall Winter 2013 Paris Haute Couture

Runway Review
7/3/2013 Ed Kavishe/fashionwirepress.com

Jean Paul Gaultier took Bowie's Ziggy Stardust persona as a starting point for his Haute Couture collection, inspired by a pilgrimage to London to catch the Victoria and Albert hot ticket "David Bowie Show". His vision of a 1940's "Cat Woman" as seen through the 80's, made Gaultier take a chic approach to the woman with a gender bending pencil skirt completed with a hat and tearing stiletto heels.

Frida Gustavsson opened up the show in a leopard printed ensemble embellished with what was a wide skirt/shorts combination that was very signatory of the entire couture collection.


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7/3/2013 Ed Kavishe/fashionwirepress.com

Jean Paul Gaultier took Bowie's Ziggy Stardust persona as a starting point for his Haute Couture collection, inspired by a pilgrimage to London to catch the Victoria and Albert hot ticket "David Bowie Show". His vision of a 1940's "Cat Woman" as seen through the 80's, made Gaultier take a chic approach to the woman with a gender bending pencil skirt completed with a hat and tearing stiletto heels.

Frida Gustavsson opened up the show in a leopard printed ensemble embellished with what was a wide skirt/shorts combination that was very signatory of the entire couture collection.



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