Jean Paul Gaultier is working with Diet Coke as a creative director, replacing Karl Lagerfeld (it was about time!). As such, Jean Paul Gaultier is starring in a series of three shorts with three different dolls (Irene, Bernadette and Eleanore – you can see them all in action after the jump)...

Puig acquires Jean-Paul Gaultier Jean-Paul Gaultier has been bought by Spanish cosmetics group Puig, who acquired a majority share. The group, which also owns Nina Ricciand Paco Rabanne, bought the 45% stake from Hermes and around 15% from its eponymous designer Jean-Paul Gaultier. Gaultier...

This spring, the trench coat by Jean Paul Gaultier is IN. It is a garment that cannot miss in your wardrobe if you want to dress with style and elegance, yet to be properly sheltered. You can find the kind of coat you want. From Raincoats with high neck and made of authentic loom up coats...

Hermès and Jean Paul Gaultier may now be parting ways entirely: After Gaultier left his position as Hermès's womenswear designer last spring, the company kept its 45 percent stake in Gaultier's eponymous label. But now Hermès is looking to sell their shares of Gaultier, which has yet to turn a...

If you look at the past 5 years (if not more), our taste in fashion has matured to a level where we like to dress older than we are, and if Jean Paul Gaultier has anything to say about it he would have us dress even older. From what the designer's latest collection was like, he wants the young...

Confirming wide speculation, we're told that next week the Spanish luxury conglomerate Puig will, from its Barcelona headquarters, announce it has acquired Hermès' 45% stake in Jean Paul Gaultier, edging out Interparfums in what would appear to be a win-win-win for the three parties....

>> Puig , the parent company of Carolina Herrera, Nina Ricci, and Paco Rabanne, may soon be adding Jean Paul Gaultier to its portfolio. It has reportedly entered into exclusive negotiations for Hermes International's 45 percent stake in Gaultier and is also said to be purchasing some shares...

It seems Jean Paul Gaultier picked up the slack from the loss of John Galliano this season. Not to exempt Galliano of his crimes, but the Christian Dior show certainly wasn't the same without his creative genius behind it. Gaultier, however, was everything we want it to be. It even set my mind...

After severing all his ties with Hermès, Jean Paul Gaultier sold a controlling stake in his eponymous line to Spanish group Puig in April The corporate restructuring of that exchange, from Hermès to Puig, was his reason for the toned down runway show. In actuality, he called the SS12 show a...

After a few weeks of negotiations, Spanish luxury group Puig signed a deal to buy a 60 percent stake in the Jean Paul Gaultier fashion house, purchasing all 45 percent previously held by Hermès International and an additional 15 percent from Gaultier himself. The designer still holds the...

 

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