2009年2月20日 星期五

Jean Paul Gaultier's feathered-and-caged haute couture collection(Fall-Winter 2008/2009 Haute Couture collection)



French designer Jean Paul Gaultier conjured neon birds of paradise heading to a high-class rave in his feathered-and-caged haute couture collection

According to Jean Paul Gaultier, horse riding and biking will be the trends sports next fall









Models with their hair twisted into high cylinders paraded in flamboyant fur coats and sumptuous evening gowns topped with crinolines and corset cages in fluorescent yellow, orange and pink.




Gaultier said he was inspired by the "fluo kids" of the electronic music scene and by a 1980s film called Tron, about a hacker who is trapped inside a computer game.




The Day-Glo colors only served to highlight the luxurious fabrics that are the hallmark of made-to-measure haute couture.




Gaultier is an unapologetic proponent of fur, and highlights here included a mink shawl-collared coat with a gilded cage topper highlighted with cabochon studs.
The man famed for designing Madonna's conical bra has always used corseting in his collections, but this time he took the idea to a new level, constructing entire body cages, some of which resembled insect's wings.
A cocoon cage lined in silver fox fur split open to reveal a skintight sheath dress with pearl-embroidered flowers - perfect for dancing the night away.
The vibrant display confirmed that haute couture is thriving, despite a gloomy economic environment, as discerning customers seek out one-off creations.










the colour were been used in this collection mainly pea green crepe or cobalt blue jersey and fluorescent pink and green

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