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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by Mr-Dale, Jan 22, 2009.
I love it when he goes androgynous in his shows. And more lush coats to choose from next Winter
Beautiful show !!!! original !!
I like the first look, bondage tie, very witty and clever.
I love Gaultier...
The afro's are hysterical (in a totally good way), the trenches (in true JPG style) are stunning, the colors are wonderful (I especially love that grey and leather coat paired with the white pants).
Can't wait to see more!
There are more pics up on Getty, but they are all credited to catwalking. So I am hesitant to post them as I am sure that someone with an account will upload them any time now. Anyway, I really like this collection, mostly because of the trenches. And I love those subtly checkered pants in the last pic of post 2 as well. Plus, I take it all the stuff the kids are wearing will be produced for men and if so, I so want that double belted khaki trench
i need a new trench!!!! :dreamy_eyes:
love it, this is so exciting
those kids are ADORABLE!
i bit strange to see them next to bondage clad grown ups...
^And might I add that the kid paired with Eugenia Mandzhieva is crying
I just invested in the perfect trench, so seeing Milan and now Paris revolve around trenches and long coats sort of pains me, because now I want more
I really like the coats
Aww.. one of the kid cried. Anyway, the collection looks really smart, with a mix of bondage. One of the more commercial collections from gaultier so far, but it still looks pretty good...
i just love how sharp these looks feel (well, maybe except for the Boney M hairdo). and the bondage elements feel so chic here. a really really great show!
Beautiful show so far. It's making me smile just from looking at the pics. Seems like it would have been a fun and energetic show to attend.
urgh, children on the runway.
Loving the trenches.
Those kids are the limelight, haha.
Now that's how I want to dress my future baby sons
Love the collection, especially trenches and blazers. The fros are a nice touch.
An excellent review by Time Blanks for men.style.com
Genderless, ageless and colorless are keywords here. Let fashion unite and bring the joy
Menswear: usual Gaultier styling kinda overempowers the pieces as seperates..Unsure,