The fashion house makes reference to the iconic tin-shaped perfume packaging.
French couturier Jean-Paul Gaultier is known for his love of everything bright , frank, provocative and unusual. The fashion designer has been retired for two years, but his fashion house continues to create, attracting young designers to create new collections. Paris Fashion Week this July featured a plethora of works inspired by one of the couturier's iconic creations, the tin-shaped packaging of perfume. The metal texture was repeated in dresses, shoes, and accessories. And recently, lime green and pink tin can earrings with the Jean Paul Gaultier logo have appeared on sale. The cost of the accessory is 320 euros.
The French fashion designer himself was delighted collection that came as a complete surprise to him. “He took my things and then did it his way – and it turned out just amazing,” said the couturier.
As Focus wrote earlier, Jean-Paul Gaultier rethought his old idea in a new way and released plastic shoes with “legs”. Original shoes printed on a 3D printer can be bought for 2.5 thousand euros. They are available in four colors – black, gray, mother-of-pearl and white.