If Christian Dior failed to impress us with their Fall/ Winter 2012/ 2013 collection Jean Paul Gaultier didn’t. He presented the range he could be proud of – bright, interesting and wearable. The designer invented new silhouettes, played with dark and vibrant tones, designed unusual accessories and even dyed his blonde models’ hair blue, orange, white and pink.
While there were plenty of basic pieces in Jean Paul Gaultier’s Fall/ Winter 2012/ 2012 collection, there were even more of those which were extravagant and a little weird (which all together looked great though).
Richly printed jumpsuit was teamed with tangerine-colored coat trimmed with faux fur, dress and leggings made of the same fabric which looked more like foil paper were topped with a pretty classic coat, austere business suit was worn with a sexy red biker jacket – these are just a few of the combinations you would examine for long when looking through Gaultier’s Fall/ Winter 2012/ 2012 range.
Jean Paul Gaultier’s most eccentric designs included the skirt which hugely reminded a jacket fastened on the model’s waist with sleeves swaying while the girl was walking, gradient pants Andrej Pejic was wearing with contrast colors gradually changing each other, and the super long asymmetrical coat the shape of which looked similar to a tuxedo’s one.
Jean Paul Gaultier Fall/ Winter 2012/ 2012 collection:
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