Jean Paul Gaultier

Step into the bold, sexy world of Jean Paul Gaultier and his fantastic collaboration with Lindex!

When you think of Jean Paul Gaultier’s collections, you think sexy, bold, chic and unique. That’s the inspiration for his collaboration with Lindex coming on 8th of October. Oooh la la!
In Jean Paul’s world, beauty is everywhere. This is definitely true of his Lindex collaboration, a new collection that brings together all his hallmarks for a distinctive and completely desirable autumn/ winter look!

Illustration prepared by Ksenia Vi special for Lucine’s Blog. See here works HERE. 
Gaultier for Lindex

Making the collection

Big, bold stripes. Sexy patterned details. Chic yet provocative tattoos. The Lindex collection brings Jean Paul’s design codes with a new interpretation, combining his evocative aesthetics with everything from thick, comfy coats to sexy little corset dresses.

The collection took around six months to create from start to finish, with each piece having at least two fittings for the most flattering and elegant expression. Jean Paul worked to express multiple ideas within the collection, giving customers a range of garments that not only capture the spirit of his designs but the quality and price point people expect of Lindex.

The collection itself promises to be a real hit, with the unmistakable motifs and iconography of Jean Paul Gaultier bringing a big splash of boldness, style and sexiness to the high street!

Head to toe stripes, with a dash of shade, evokes a genuine joie de vivre. Multilayered, contrasting stripes show you mean business!
When others go drab in winter, shine in style with sparkly silvers and zips. Add a layer of leather to your refined style – from catwalk star to rockstar in one step.
Don’t hide away, use patterns and tattoos to get closer to the flesh.
Text & image source: Lindex.com
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