Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Jean Paul Gaultier collection Prefall 2010

Among a group motivated by the world of the Aztecs and Maya and a hand complete spirit folk, Jean Paul Gaultier unable to find space for a group Prefall 2010 very classical, the rigor geometric nearly impressive. But then maybe this is more that we love in Jean Paul Gaultier, the capacity to ever reinvent themselves to move from trend to trend are ever believable. Do you believe that shall be missed by Hermes? “I think so, yes, ensure sufficient masono Christopher Lemaire, Which has revived the fortunes of Lacoste, can play very well if the cards!

The news that Jean Paul Gaultier Hermes is about to depart after the presentation of the group Spring-Summer 2011 has left many fans of the maison fairly speechless.

Consensual separation, although, as not merely Hermes contains a bulk of the staff of the French designer brands, but also because Gaultier carry on working with the mark for some projects yet top secret.

The decision has brought the eclectic French designer is the will to focus on its collections personal, from pret a porter those haute couture, through the pre-collections. If the results of this new attempt can be even half of this Prefall 2010, then we can remain calm.

Among a collection haute couture motivated by pre-Columbian society and folk for autumn-winter 2010/2011, Gaultier determined to depart sideways too fanciful inspirations to follow a group typical, in which women’s clothing also draws motivation from the male wardrobe.

Complete the strictly geometrical, tuxedo but particularly long coats plastic, dresses that follows the winding of the female body in a palette ranging from red to green to powder. Gaultier looks to have a preference the long, copendo nearly ever the legs of his models are that when wearing trousers when trying dresses for the evening.

Elegance and rigor, for a collection nontrivial who depends on the geometry and trend. What shall pull out of the hat for Gaultier parades high fashion?

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