Jean Paul Gaultier

Le Défilé



3441

VAGABOND

Like a photographic wandering... Here is a large scale photographic image on a background of supple relaxed linen. A timeless monochrome landscape in soft focus. Digitally printed in black, indigo or sepia for a perfect neutral pallet.

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Colours number

3

3442

FANGIO

FANGIO : grand collision A new 100 % cotton resistant material: soft warm imitation suede contrasts with a surprisingly strong image Compressed sheet steel surrounds the Gaultier logo Provocative tactile seduction... Illusion and intensity coloured by digital printing Three stunning colours for upholstery

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Colours number

3

3443

SPATIAL

SPATIAL : giant explosion An explosion of giant spots splashed on imitation suede The six colourways playfully unite the diverse designs in this collection

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Colours number

5

3444

LE MALE

Colours number

2

3445

ANGELOTS

ANGELOTS : a loving diversion On a sophisticated satin cotton another important image from the universe of Jean Paul GAULTIER showing a grouping of angelic medallions This diverting heavenly profusion of cherubs is amusing on a toile de Jouy In a multicoloured pallet to coordinate easily

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Colours number

5

3446

COQUIN

COQUIN : a touch of refinement Regular spots bordered in black provide calm to this collection As seen in the Le Mâle fabric, an irridescent weft adds metallic highlights to this colored Jacquard design In 6 unusual tones to coordinate and mix with all the fabrics in the collection

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Colours number

6

3447

CASINO

CASINO : a little femininity A perennial in all the Gaultier collections, lace makes a discreet appearance and this interpretation in damask refers back to the fishnet design of Cabaret Timeless and delicate.

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Colours number

7

MOUSAILLON : a poetic wink. Exceptionally, the marin stripes adorn these cherubic figures as a unique motif.Six different individual découpage style medallions form a creative design. The two colours summarize the obvious colour code of these symbolic stripes

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Colours number

2