" and "London Calling." And that was Sid's "My Way" playing as we walked in. All held the promise that Jean Paul Gaultier would parade punk couture, hardly a new idea for him, and not exactly a thrilling prospect for us, especially given that the designer has been going through a dry spell of...

>> Despite the fact that his Spring 2011 couture show was inspired by the English punk rock movement and the French can can, Jean Paul Gaultier didn't play any musical soundtrack. Instead, the models paraded in their mohawks and their individual outfits — named things like "The Clash," "Belle...

Spring 2011 couture show for Jean Paul Gaultier, was inspired by the English punk rock movement and the French can can, but there was no musical soundtrack. The models paraded in their mohawks and their individual outfits–with names like "The Clash," "BElle Epoque," "Anarchy in the UK," and...

>> Jean Paul Gaultier is quick to defend to John Galliano: "I know John a little and I must say that what he does for his work shows he is not a racist ... When you see the video, you can see it is someone teasing him... John is very talented. He has done some beautiful things for Dior. I...

Any designer that names his outfits after some of my favourite songs ('London Calling' and 'Anarchy In The Uk') is automatically in my good books. Jean Paul Gaultier has designed a phenomenal collection to end Couture Week. The typical punk mohawks, studs, chains and dog collars were seen...

Now that's what we call some serious ink! For the third and final installment of his Creative Directorship at Diet Coke, Jean Paul Gaultier has tapped British beauty, Daisy Lowe, to model the same tattoo design that decorates his limited-edition soda bottle— literally! The fashion darling...

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...

We wish we were kidding, but it's true folks – Jean Paul Gaultier did indeed call Anna Wintour "monstrous". In an interview with The Independent, the French designer was being asked to share his opinions on the film The Devil Wears Prada, in which Meryl Streep plays the part of a fashion...

As for Anna Wintour? Jean Paul Gaultier joked that the formidable fashion editor is "more monstrous" than Meryl Streep's character in The Devil Wears Prada saying "Anna Wintour is a lot more monstrous than she is described!" When asked if Vogue's Queen is a positive figure... JPG was a...

US Vogue editor Anna Wintour Jean Paul Gaultier thinks Anna Wintour is "monstrous". The flamboyant French designer insists he wasn't a fan of fashion movie The Devil Wears Prada – which is thought to be based on the US Vogue editor and her offices – because he doesn't think it was true to...

 

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