Sunday, 8 March 2009

Roving Reporter : Jean Paul Gaultier

While everyone else at PFW has gone all girlish, JPG has played the androgynous card!
Models strutted down in sharp suits that had far squarer cuts than what has already been shown so far for A/W 09. There was a harsher, masculine feel and it was very unisex, in fact some of the models had a real New York, 1930's speak easy style. 

There was some beautiful outerwear, check out in this picture above, the back of the model walking away. Fine mesh detailing on the yolke and stand up collar of the trench, is so gorgeous. This was masculine styles, with a delicate and detailed edge! Perfect.

Though the main colour palette was again monochrome based, there were flashes of bright blue and hot red (all very eighties).
There were plenty of lovely, chic dresses. Simple in design, perfect in cut.

Love these two toned tights! Boots have been creeping up the leg all week! There were some interesting waders earlier in the week but what we saw here were more wearable, 70's blue suede knee highs!

Naturally there was a splash of fur (all the best European shows have it). Take note of big shoulders, nipped in, skinny belted waists and lots of sheer and mesh styles. This is the look of A/W 09.

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