Jean Paul Gaultier at Paris Fashion Week tends to unify and wow. Two characteristics that perfectly describe the renowned designer’s aesthetic and collections. Gaultier is a constant provider of outstanding ideas and his creations never cease to surprise the audience. Well, it is totally understandable why everyone highly wait to see his fall 2013 collection at Paris Fashion Week.

There is something to be amazed about in Jean Paul Gaultier‘s shows that always carry a special message. For example, his fall 2011 collection seemed to say that a woman is never too old to go a little sexy and the models went down the runway peeling off their layers and flinging scarves. Considered as being one of his most wearable offerings, the line featured coats, jackets, sweaters, tailored pants, elegant blouses, and many more.

Jean Paul Gaultier at Paris Fashion Week Fall 2013

For his spring 2012 collection, Gaultier revisited many of his iconic pieces. Thus, he gave a new twist to the trench, the matelot sweater, the corset, and tattoos. It was a chic and sexy yet playful line that included loads of stylish goodies. The designer’s spring 2012 couture collection paid tribute to late singer Amy Winehouse, whom he thought was a style icon. The fall 2012 collection also featured some new takes of Jean Paul Gaultier’s legendary items such as the corset and the trench.

“An homage to all the pop stars of the eighties who have influenced fashion and my fashion with their look,” said the notes of Gaultier’s spring 2013 collection. There were black tuxedo pantsuits, Japanese-inspired kimonos, baseball jackets, fishnet sweatshirts, metallic outfits, dresses, glitter platforms, and other jaw-dropping goodies. Okay, so we are now super-excited to discover the latest fall 2013 Jean Paul Gaultier collection that will be showcased at Paris Fashion Week on march 2. Don’t forget to check back for updates!

Jean Paul Gaultier at Paris Fashion Week Fall 2013 Jean Paul Gaultier at Paris Fashion Week Fall 2013

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