2008 June 16
Jean Paul Gaultier - Resort 2009
(NEW YORK) No one is perhaps more print-friendly for resort than Jean Paul Gaultier. The designer showed them everywhere--and on everything--covering dresses, tops and cover-ups in a swirl of everything from tropical florals to polka dots on the dress-heavy collection. This was a decidedly hippie-like, bohemian vibe Gaultier sent for resort, noted particularly by the flared pants and patchwork tunics.
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