Jean-Paul Gaultier has announced that he is against botox and plastic surgery and presented the viewers at Paris Fashion Week with his latest collection dedicated to the woman irrespective of her age. Addressing the journalists, the designer claimed he had dedicated his collection to the women who do not want to dress like their teenage daughters. He also confessed he had been inspired by the true Parisian bourgeois character.
That is why the show was opened by the 46-year-old actress Valerie Lemercier, and not some young top model. Her appearance set the mood of the whole show. Strict trouser suits, silk blouses, trench coats and overcoats were made in the noble ash-gray and sandy hues, and the models themselves admitted that cooperation with the Hermes left a deep impression on the designer’s aesthetic vision.
Despite the fact that the collection proved to be classic (and even conservative in terms of Gaultier’s creative activity), you cannot call it asexual: silk pants with prints, close-fitting jackets, blouses with deep necklines and overalls decorated with Lurex did not look provocative, but very attractive indeed.
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