Acclaimed French Fashion House designer, noted for this perfume and clothing lines, Jean Paul Gaultier, landed in style at one of Germany’s most anticipated exhibitions in the Niesmann and Bischoff Flair, earlier this month.
Known for flying in the face of gender stereotypes and putting the fashion world into disarray with his kilts for men and over-the-top run way shows helped Gaultier become a high profile figure in the fashion world.
Echoing his bold approach to fashion, the 63 year former Eurotrash presenter was transported to the Munich Kunsthalle where his exhibition, ‘From the Sidewalk to the Catwalk’ is being held until February 2016. The former Hermes Creative Director is said to have been thrilled with the level of comfort in the interior of the vehicle.
The show initially opened in Paris and has so far drummed up some 420,000 visitors; it is now set to continue in Munich until early next year. On show, there are 140 of his creations dating back to the 1970s when JPG began his career.
Pioneers Of Design
Jean Paul Gaultier is arguably best-known for his creation of the conical bra worn by Madonna on her Blonde Ambition tour in the nineties. Similarly, the Niesmann and Bischoff Flair has also received recognition for its unusual design approach, seen at the Red Dot Awards in 2015. Noted for its ‘unusual exterior design – the previous year, the Premium German brand also celebrated receiving acknowledgement at the 2014 Red Dot Awards for the design work on the Arto.