The Jean Paul Gaultier Couture fall/winter 2013-2014 collection brought a wild mixture of styles to Paris Haute Couture Fashion Week on July 3, 2013, proving that he is one of the designers, who loves experimenting and breaking the stereotypes. From the Art Deco aesthetics and theatrical vibes to the glamour of the silent film era, exotic culture flairs, classic and gothic touches, there was room for absolutely every style in the Jean Paul Gaultier Couture fall/winter 2013-2014 collection. Luckily, Gaultier knows how to play with styles, creating a harmonious blend between total ups and downs.
The distinctive thing about every single Jean Paul Gaultier Couture collection is that it doesn’t stray away much from the roots of the fashion house, yet the designer every time manages to experiment and combine incompatible aspects of the time and space in the history of fashion. This time, the Jean Paul Gaultier Couture fall/winter 2013-2014 collection focuses on leopard prints, which appear almost on everything, from hair, tights, footwear and collars to elegant gowns and coats. Smooth colored leather and jackets with art-deco style quilted patterns, spicy oriental colors and neutral ones coexist peacefully in this line, making sure everyone finds something close to her heart and falls in love with the collection.
Clown-style-resembling baggy trousers, fur jackets, sequined dresses, mink parkas and tuxedo shirt dresses are some of the fab pieces found in the Jean Paul Gaultier Couture fall/winter 2013-2014 collection. As for those divine Gaultier evening gowns, this time the line features less of them, laying the focus on the layering and styling of theatrical, edgy separates. However, the designer’s favorite black suit is still there, updated with glamour and elegance.
With so many contrasting styles and messages contained, the Jean Paul Gaultier Couture fall/winter 2013-2014 collection comes to appeal to equally diverse states and style preferences.
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