Jean Paul Gaultier Spring 2012 Couture | Paris Haute Couture

Gaultier’s Ode to Amy – Walking to his own beat, Jean Paul Gaultier did not present an array of gowns for his spring 2012 haute couture show, but instead offered an ode to late singer Amy Winehouse with a collection of tailored jackets, form-fitting skirts and bustiers. Models wore Winehouse’s signature beehive and had cigarettes in hand as they strutted down the runway with the singer’s tunes playing in the background. The color palette was a somber black with splashes of citrus and lime to reveal lacy undergarments, silk dresses and belted waists.

10 Responses to “Jean Paul Gaultier Spring 2012 Couture | Paris Haute Couture”

  1. There’s no coherent collection here.  It’s just a bunch of different outfits.

  2. Did Karlie just put her finger in her mouth two times? Whatever the case, I love her, and I agree that the dark part of the collection was rockin.

  3. How is this an ode to Amy Winehouse exactly? She had a very distinct style.

  4. Normally i love Sigred Agren but i think her delicate beauty doesn’t suit the edginess of this collection

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