Jean-Paul Gaultier is fashion's polymath. His name is a byword for outrageous, witty and even revolutionary fashion. As a designer, a TV star and gay icon he has used his subversive sense of humour to make us question our attitudes towards sex, social values and cultural morality. But it would be wrong to assume that he is merely the court jester of the international fashion world. He has never failed to produce collections of total originality that inspire as much as they shock. He has been designing for twenty years, and never once has he followed the fashion: he has never been anything less than revolutionary. Colin McDowell, in this authorized, in-depth book, explores how this has happened.Über den Autor:
Colin McDowell is a fashion historian and writer. He is a regular broadcaster on television and radio, and has written for every major newspaper and fashion magazine in London, most frequently for the Sunday Times. Colin McDowell currently lives in Folkestone, Kent. PREVIOUSLY PUBLISHED TITLES Galliano, McDowell's Directory of Twentieth Century Fashion, Shoes, Fashion and Fantasy, Status, Style and Glamour, Sex, Power and Clothes, The Designer Scam, The Literary Companion of Fashion, Forties Fashion and the New Look, The Man of Fashion
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