viernes, 3 de septiembre de 2010

JEAN PAUL GAULTIER SPRING 2011 MENSWEAR

Jean Paul Gaultier set his show in a steamy hammam, with bare-chested models for a backdrop. We were in Marrakech, with Yves Saint Laurent and Betty Catroux look-alikes parading down the runway in a sheer djellaba and a black version of YSL's famous lace-up safari tunic, respectively.

Gaultier has always been at home in the souk, and ethnic inspirations find their way into his collection almost every season, be it through color, drape, or pattern. For Spring, he's focused on volumes: a long tunic worn with a suit, a patterned jacket with matching shorts, or a sleeveless caftan paired with a shirt and tie.

Andrej Pejic, right

It was all quite elegant, of course, and also a bit subdued for JPG. Spice came in the form of surprises like Jackson Pollock-style white splatter painting on black trousers, tunics, and matching tote bags, and, at the end, the celestial prints that came alive when seen through 3-D glasses. The bespectacled Saint Laurent would've approved.



RENE RODRIGUEZ

GERHARD FREIDL






Vincent Banic











ANDREJ PEJIC




Bastiaan Ninaber
GERHARD FREIDL





RENE RODRIGUEZ



Vincent Banic

MARLON TEIXEIRA (MGM)







Andrej Pejic


JEAN PAUL GAULTIER
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