Jean-Paul Gaultier's spring / summer couture collection is inspired by Japanese culture and is dedicated to the marine theme.
Gaultier is the designer who transformed the stripes from the navy vest into his trademark. It is not surprising that, while working on a new collection, he again turned to his favorite topic and set off on the waves of his imagination on a trip to the islands of Japan. The lineup of the collection pleases the eye with volumes and decorative elements. Jean-Paul Gaultier continues to be an avant-garde artist with an ironic outlook on life. Therefore, the images presented by him at the haute couture Week, although they seem to be of little use, do not repel with abstruse solutions. The structure of the shell, pointed shoulders "shark fins", and other visual puns - all this was once in Gaultier's collections, but now it looks interesting and original.
Additional bonuses for the public - participation in the fashion show of the fashion designer's favorites - Coco Roche and Dita von Teese. The final appearance on the catwalk of Anna Cleveland in a stylized wedding dress finally captivated the guests of the show, many in the hall shouted: "Bravo!"