I has appeared that Jean Paul Gaultier is the new creative director of Diet Coke. The drink company has some pretty dope designs of the bottle featuring Gaultier’s signature flair. The advertisements photographed by Stephane Sednaoui The bottles featured is one with the Breton Nautical stripes while the other one is dressed with a risque corset. Too bad we Americans are unable to cop these bottles because are only available in 9 different countries.
I would not have seen this collaboration coming. It is a known fact soft drinks contains a mass amount of caffeine, which makes you grow a belly. In an image conscious industry as fashion, you would think designers wouldn’t bother considering to do so. I guess Marc Jacobs will be doing a commercial for Denny’s right or Kanye West with Popeye’s lol. I am sorry, but this took me on a loop. On the other hand, I can not complain about the
Presenting the Images of the Jean Paul Gaultier Haute Couture 2012 collection. There are some very retro looks who possess an abundance of nostalgic sexy looks. I am sure the inspiration was from Amy Winehouse from the observing the cat eye make up and the bee hive hair wrap. The color palette really kept my attention from start to finish.
Taking the inspiration from everyday elements was shown at the Jeal Paul Gaultier‘s A/W 2012 collection at Paris Fashion Week. The collection was full of elegance with a dose rural and urban looks. The garments in the beginning of the show showcased were in brick print. I kinda got mixed feeling of the brick print; however, I began to appreciate it a little more because I tend to view bricks as “laying down a specific foundation” (life perhaps).
In my opinion, Jean Paul Gaultier always has some of the most interesting collections. Besides his designs from the 5th element, I really gain alot of respect for collection from his fall 2010 collection with models rocking boxers glove and bruised make up. I expect to nothing but greatness from him.