Jean Paul Gaultier’s Sikh-inspired line Spring / Summer 2013


The French designer Jean Paul Gaultier sent his models out wearing Sikh-style turbans and stick on beards. “In every collection I have done, there is always an Indian inspiration.” Gaultier said. The collection was inspired by the travel theme, presenting a globe-trotting fashionable man who understands the very essence of travelling that is cultivating a bigger understanding and respect for various cultures. He then reflects the same in his wardrobe and style. Woman’s Wear Daily wrote, “Gaultier showcased his seafarer’s more worldly side, with Indian-inspired tuxedos that paired a wraparound jacket with drop-crotch pants, or a ‘cage’ blazer with a floor-length trouser skirt.”

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