Vogue On Jean Paul Gaultier
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Seen as an enfant terrible when he first burst on to the fashion scene, Jean Paul Gaultier retains this 'bad boy' image while garnering respect for his mastery of classical cutting and tailoring techniques. From his first Paris show in 1976, to Madonna's corsets for her Blonde Ambition tour, and dressing celebrities for the red carpet, he has moved seamlessly between mainstream popular culture and launching a successful haute couture label – plus ready-to-wear, perfume, and kidswear.
With stunning images from the pages of Vogue by photographers like Mario Testino, his avant-garde creations and cutting-edge designs reveal Gaultier's unerring instinct for how women want to dress.
About the Author
Carolyn Asome is a fashion and interiors writer who was a fashion editor at The Times (UK) for 14 years and now writes for the Daily Telegraph, the Saturday Times magazine, Sunday Times Style magazine, Vogue, ES magazine and Red.
Hardcover, 160 pages.