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Jean Paul Gaultier Fall/Winter 2014-15 haute couture

Fashion | September 10, 2014 |

Jean Paul GaultierImage courtesy of Yannis Vlamos

Jean Paul Gaultier Fall/Winter 2014-15 haute couture

While last couture season it was all about butterflies, Jean Paul Gaultier’s inspiration took a more ghoulish turn for his fall-winter 2014 haute couture collection. Vampires in fact were the main theme on the catwalk.

Jean Paul GaultierImage courtesy of Yannis Vlamos

These well dressed vamps seemed ready for some night prowling with their body-con leather and well-tailored suits. From Victorian lace to black jumpsuits to “Queen of the Damnedgold chains, the Gaultier woman cuts a striking figure as she exudes pure power and sex appeal with her blood-red lips and blocky pompadour hairstyle.

Jean Paul GaultierImage courtesy of Yannis Vlamos

With gothic figures and a guest appearance from Conchita Wurst, fashion’s enfant terrible Jean Paul Gaultier continues to shock the fashion world and push the boundaries of couture. Every piece of clothing, every detail and every idea pays respect to a savoir-faire and a perfect execution. Fans of his collections such as Mouna Ayoub know it and invest in this.

Jean Paul GaultierImage courtesy of Yannis Vlamos

The world’s top designers are currently wallowing in their brilliance at the Fall-Winter Couture shows in Europe and the eccentric French modiste has taken a ghoulish turn for the new season.  The dark and moody collection suggests women will be empowered, in control, and full of sexual allure in the fall season. The hair, meanwhile, is an avant-garde tour de force.

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