Jean Paul Gaultier

Nature et découverte

After collections inspired by couture fashion shows, then the melting pot culture of cities,
Jean Paul GAULTIER now lets us discover his visions of nature - alternative, inverted, oxidised
but extremely pure.
In this collection we discover patterns of metallic oxidation which become soft on suedine; vivid
mosaics are transplanted onto jacquards and velvet; and designs of turbulent waves blend with
those of marbled paper bindings. The Basque Country landscape and colors inspire new tartans
and checkerboard motifs and if you wish for a romantic rococo touch there are delicate exuberant
flowers.

3459

BOTANIQUE

A beautiful printed satin cotton refines these exuberant flowers and allows us to share their Rococo romanticism for upholstery or curtains.

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Colours number

4

3460

VOGUE

This rolling wave design in printed satin cotton resembles traditional marbled paper and is suitable for upholstery and curtains.

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Colours number

3

A supple jacquard fabric inspired by the Basque Country courtesy of Jean Paul Gaultier, the checked design and colors are simple yet sophisticated for light upholstery and curtains.

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Colours number

5

3462

BIARRITZ

To coordinate with the Basque spirit of St Jean de Luz, this is another versatile jacquard fabric with a checkerboard design, also suitable for light upholstery and curtains.

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Colours number

9

3463

AZULEJOS

The traditional fresh patterns of azulejos, the painted and patterned tiles from Spain and Portugal, are transformed onto this supple jacquard fabric for upholstery or beautiful curtains.

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Colours number

4

3464

ZEN

This cotton velvet is perfect for upholstery with its simple design zen !

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Colours number

8

3465

OXYDATION

A soft all-purpose faux suede contrasts with a design based on oxidised metal, used in decoration and accessories by Jean Paul Gaultier.

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Colours number

1