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A model presents the collection by French designer Jean-Paul Gaultier, 02 July 1994, in Paris, during the 95 Autumn/Winter men's ready-to-wear show. French designer Jean-Paul Gaultier (L) talks with Ines de La Fressange and her husband Luigi d'Urso during a Gala reception against AIDS, 26 October 1989, in Paris. Since his first collection in 1976, Jean-Paul Gaultier has never ceased to astonish and outrage, with the famous skirt for men in 1985 for instance. Known for his feats of style inspired by the streets of Paris and London, Jean-Paul gaultier creates for stars like the cone-shaped bustier for Madonna. Called the "enfant terrible", Jean-Paul Gaultier is a figure in the world of haute couture, following the traditional definitions of the beautiful and the ugly, the elegant and the vulgar. AFP/ PIERRE VERDY / STAFF (Photo by PIERRE VERDY / AFP) (Photo by PIERRE VERDY/AFP via Getty Images)
A model presents the collection by French designer Jean-Paul Gaultier, 02 July 1994, in Paris, during the 95 Autumn/Winter men's ready-to-wear show. French designer Jean-Paul Gaultier (L) talks with Ines de La Fressange and her husband Luigi d'Urso during a Gala reception against AIDS, 26 October 1989, in Paris. Since his first collection in 1976, Jean-Paul Gaultier has never ceased to astonish and outrage, with the famous skirt for men in 1985 for instance. Known for his feats of style inspired by the streets of Paris and London, Jean-Paul gaultier creates for stars like the cone-shaped bustier for Madonna. Called the "enfant terrible", Jean-Paul Gaultier is a figure in the world of haute couture, following the traditional definitions of the beautiful and the ugly, the elegant and the vulgar. AFP/ PIERRE VERDY / STAFF (Photo by PIERRE VERDY / AFP) (Photo by PIERRE VERDY/AFP via Getty Images)
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06 March, 1994
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