Jean Paul Gaultier

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Autumn-Winter 2013/14 

Jean Paul Gaultier held his show in the 17th’s Salle Wagram, the place that hosted some of his most iconic shows to date, this season it was as If Jean was launching into the future from a base of fashion successes.

Jean was always a controversial designers, always turning heads and causing jaws to drop but this collection was a progression from this into a more wearable and more commercial look. There were some distinctly Jean looks with cone shirts, and striking leather and fur detailing but the most memorable part of this collection, and ironically the most controversial was the introduction of a logo-based print, something this designer has never done before. This new print with big letters and models silhouettes appeared frequently throughout the collection, and in turn defined the designer’s season.

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Written by Roanna Price

Roanna Price, fascinated by the escapism, imagination and conversation that can be conjured in the glossy page of fashion writing. Journalism graduate in Liverpool Roanna is responsible for our Top Model Biographies section.

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