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Jean-Paul Gaultier bends out as fashion designer after 50 times

Gaultier says his high-end fashion and fragrance business will continue along with a new theory as yet to be revealed

The renowned designer Jean-Paul Gaultier is bending out from creating invests after a 50 -year career, he has said. But he has told followers not to worry, because he will be turning his hands to other creative projects.

While his high-end fashion and perfume business will be pursued, Gaultier will take a step back from designing wears, he said. The decorator tweeted the report in a video pole on Friday, saying his next Paris show, on Wednesday, is likely to be his last.

” I’m going to give you a scoop ,” he was filmed saying in a jokey telephone conversation, done as if speaking to a columnist.” This is likely to be my last haute couture see. My last-place Gaultier Paris show. You have to come, you can’t miss that.

” But, but, but I assure you: Gaultier Paris will continue, haute couture will continue. I have a new thought; I’ll tell you about it later, I’ll tell you all the little secrets. But it is going to continue .”

Jean Paul Gaultier (@ JPGaultier)

This show celebrating 50 years of my career will too be my last. But rest assured Haute Couture will continue with a brand-new abstraction. pic.twitter.com/ PJCC5 3K4tm

January 17, 2020

Gaultier, 67, who famously threw Madonna in a conical bra and whose first individual collection was presented in 1976, has long been known for shove frontiers in fashion, blurring the lines between men’s and women’s clothing.

His irreverent style and provoking honour bring him both glory and disregard from other clothes designer. In 2018, for example, he made a tongue-in-cheek fashion range inspired by cigarettes.

In recent years he fell more regular collects, focusing on producing one-of-a-kind straddles presented during haute couture fashion weeks in Paris.

His brand confirmed that his plans to step back related only to his fashion and perfume business.

Gaultier, 67, stopped designing ready-to-wear clothes in 2015 to concentrate on haute couture- handmade robes that only the world’s richest people are able to afford.

Jean-Paul Gaultier with a catwalk modeling at his spring/ summer 2008 show in Paris. Photograph: Francois Guillot/ AFP via Getty Images

But, as late as last year, he held he had no intention of putting down his scissors, although he despaired of animal rights activists pressuring him to stop using furs.

A teenage prodigy who rose to fame in the 1980 s, when the Paris fashion scene was at its most decadent, Gaultier also carved out a similarity video job as the co-presenter of a bawdy series, Eurotrash.

In 2018, he staged his own ten-strike cabaret prove based loosely on his life story, called Fashion Freak Show, which opened at the Folie Bergere in Paris.

A spokeswoman for Gaultier’s firebrand said that the designer would be back. But, like the ex-serviceman Japanese clothes inventor Kenzo Takada, who has moved into interior design, it would be in other areas of creativity.

Read more: www.theguardian.com

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