Jean Paul Gaultier Fall Couture 2013

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The salons were named for wild cats — Cougar, for one — and the opening music, the theme from “The Pink Panther,” introduced a lineup named for women with an inclination towards danger: Poison Ivy, Catwoman and Mata Hari. While such could have been markers of a mystery-woman camp fest, they were not, at least not completely. Rather, for much of the collection Jean Paul Gaultier continued with the new (relative) control he imposed on his couture last season.

The designer’s strong tailoring was on major display, looking sleek and smart in suits and a lean belted coat, even as he worked a spotted wildcat motif relentlessly before dropping it half way through his show.



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