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22-08-2012
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ORIGINAL THINKERS | Jean Paul Gaultier
US Vogue March 1994
Models: Nadja Auermann, Naomi Campbell, Bridget Hall, Brandi Quinones & Debbie Deitering
Hair: Orlando Pita
Make-up: Denise Markey
Stylist: Grace Coddington
Photographer: Steven Meisel



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24-08-2012
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Thanks for the scans MissMagAddict. One of Gaultier's most visionary collections: so many ideas that other designers would rip-off and make it their own. This collection, followed by the equally daring and visionary "Rabi Chic" was fashion history in the making of its time. Timeless. I'm sure back in the day, McQueen was eagerly devouring Gaultier's perfect mixing of rich cultures and immaculate tailoring and innovative cutting-- and showmanship.

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Joanna Lumley wore a suit in Ab Fab in 1992 from a collaboration Jean Paul Gaultier did with another brand which for the life of me I can't remember, I remember seeing one without the embellishment a few years ago, not as interesting as Joanna's though.


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One of the first "designer" looks I wanted for myself: leopard coat, spiked bleached hair and cigarette. And I was, like, 12.

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"Constructivist" collection, FW86-87..120 models, 1 outfit only (where's the YT clip for this one?)

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Date: ca. 1999
Medium: wool, silk, plastic
Credit Line: Gift of Thomas L. Kempner, 2006
Marking: [crocheted label] "GAULTIER / PARIS"

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Date: 1994
Medium: cotton, ink
Dimensions: Length at CB (a): 27 1/4 in. (69.2 cm) Length at Side Seam (b): 42 in. (106.7 cm)
Credit Line: Gift of Richard Martin, 1994
Marking: [label] (a) "GAULTIER JEAN'S/PARIS" [label] (b) "Gaultier/HAUTE JEANERIE/JEAN'S/TAILORED/D-100-MODSON CA 23929"

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President Eisenhower's famous idiom "the military-industrial complex" is the starting point of this Gaultier outfit. Olive-green and cargo pants suggest the military or paramilitary. But the military rigor is impugned by indefatigable graffiti. Graffiti--that paradigm for art historian Kirk Varnedoe of high art informed by low art--defaces the military appearance. A medium of defilement and of language--often slightly vulgar in this instance--sheathes the facade of the proper soldier. Given Gaultier's many ingenious permutations of sailors, his cognate transfiguration of the army man is hardly surprising.
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Date: spring/summer 1996
Medium: a) rayon, silk b) wool
Dimensions: a) L. at center back: 31 in. (80.6 cm). b) L. at side seam: 44 in. (113.7 cm).
Credit Line: Gift of Richard Martin, 1996
Marking: [label] a) "Jean Paul/Gaultier/Homme/Made in Italy" b) "Jean Paul/Gaultier/[logo of crest]/Classique/Paris/Made in Italy/Modele No. 905"

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Date: probably spring 1994
Medium: synthetics
Dimensions: (a) L. at center back 32 in. (81 .3 cm) (b) L. at center back 46 in. (117 cm)
Credit Line: Gift of Claudia Payne, 1996
Marking: [label] (a) "Paris [star and crown logo]" "Jean Paul Gaultier/Femme/40/Dry clean only/Made in Italy" (b) "Jean Paul Gaultier/Maille/Made in Italy"

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Date: ca. 1991
Medium: (a, b) cotton
Dimensions: Length at CB (a): 35 1/4 in. (89.5 cm) Total Length (b): 33 3/8 in. (84.8 cm)
Credit Line: Gift of Holly Brubach, 2002
Marking: [label] (a) "Jean Paul/GAULTIER/FEMME/42/DRY CLEANING ONLY/MADE IN ITALY" [stamp] (b) "Jean Paul/GAULTIER/42"

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Date: spring/summer 1994
Medium: a) linen/synthetic blend, shell; b) synthetic
Dimensions: Length at CB (a): 33 in. (83.8 cm) Length at CF (b): 41 in. (104.1 cm)
Credit Line: Gift of Muriel Kallis Newman, 2005
Marking: a) [label] "Paris" [label] "Jean Paul / GAULTIER / FEMME / 44 / DRY CLEANING ONLY MADE IN ITALY" b) [label] "Jean Paul / GAULTIER / MAILLE / MADE IN ITALY"

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Date: spring/summer 1994
Medium: cotton, Lycra
Dimensions: Length at CB (a): 67 in. (170.2 cm) Length at CB (b): 39 1/2 in. (100.3 cm)
Credit Line: Gift of Richard Martin, 1994
Marking: [label] (a) "[logo]/Paris" [label] "Jean Paul/Gaultier/Femme/38/Dry cleaning only Made in Italy" [label] (b) "(logo)/Paris" [label] "Jean Paul/Gaultier/Femme/40/Dry cleaning only Made in Italy"

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Date: 1990s
Medium: wool
Dimensions: Length at CB (a): 26 in. (66 cm) Length at Side Seam (b): 42 in. (106.7 cm)
Credit Line: Gift of Mr. Stephen Cirona, 1999
Marking: [label] (a) "Jean Paul / GAULTIER/HOMME/POUR GIBO/MADE IN ITALY" [label] (b) "Jean Paul / GAULTIER/HOMME/POUR GIBO/MADE IN ITALY"

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Date: fall/winter 1993–94
Medium: a) wool, synthetic; b) wool, leather, synthetic
Dimensions: a) Length at CB: 20 1/2 in. (52.1 cm) b) Length at CB: 34 in. (86.4 cm)
Credit Line: Anonymous Gift, 2003
Marking: a) [label] "Jean Paul / GAULTIER / FEMME / 42" b) [label] "Jean Paul / GAULTIER / FEMME / 40"

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