Since the chief rebel and tireless ‘enfant terrible’ of French fashion has decided to abandon the production of finished clothing to luxurious couture dresses, each Jean Paul Gaultier show transformed into a real holiday. The designer, by which the pending orders waiting laconic, always meet the expectations of his fans by releasing the podium a string of vivid images with a generous scattering of sequins and shiny rhinestones.
Jean Paul Gaultier Spring-Summer 2016 Couture Show became a homage to club Palace – the French version of the legendary Studio 54. This epicenter of Parisian nightlife and then have fun Yves Saint Laurent, Grace Jones, Jerry Hall, Andy Warhol, Karl Lagerfeld, and, of course, himself Jean Paul Gaultier. Not hard to guess that the images shown on the catwalk were dictated by the heyday Palace – the golden era of disco, which came at the end of the 1970s and early 1980s, and the main focus of the key outputs was made on the typical “80s” silhouette with a pronounced shoulder line. 1980 plus disco – mix that can not be imagined without the sequins and sparkles. With it, designer decorated evening tuxedos, suits in pajama-style suits and accessories collection – colorful hats borderless and flat crown.