Jean Paul Gaultier | Paris Haute Couture Fall 2010

Jean Paul Gaultier explored classic Parisian fashion with his fall Haute Couture collection by showcasing high turbans, dramatic 1940s silhouettes and even Eiffel Tower decorated stockings. Models (and burlesque performer Dita von Teese) glided down the runway in dark ensembles that beckoned to the days of screen sirens with a modern twist of over-exaggerated shapes, leather and metallics















14 Responses to “Jean Paul Gaultier | Paris Haute Couture Fall 2010”

  1. Great shapes. Just wish there was more color and less black.

    Also, how sad is it that this is the most diverse runway for couture week?

  2. Great shapes. Just wish there was more color and less black.

    Also, how sad is it that this is the most diverse runway for couture week?

  3. Nice shapes and materials, but mostly the sort that are made for tall, lean figures. Sigh.

  4. Nice shapes and materials, but mostly the sort that are made for tall, lean figures. Sigh.

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