Clothes built like a charm, adapted from the modern woman. With them, Jean Paul Gaultier gives shape to a collection which, despite being intended to deal with the winter temperatures, radiates warmth thanks to a unique blend of oriental inspirations.
The wide shoulders, undisputed symbol of the designer during the 80s, will also be present during the next few months with wind of renewal.
Informal, flawlessly fitted jumpsuits, with wool broadcloth double-breasted jackets and yogi trousers combined with coats of feathers will become the undisputed protagonists of warm evenings.
Metallic reds, pinks and golds will be present in shoes, sleeves, printed coats and a thousand and one details that will give shape to unique pieces.
Classic wool fabrics, in dark grey and camel, will be transformed into a sophisticated sari, the traditional dress of India, which, combined with asymmetrical jackets or long evening gowns, will be transformed into a trouser suit with lapel, collars and pockets included.
A spectacular blend that will arouse real winter passions.