The Jean Paul Gaultier Spring 2014 Ready to Wear collection showed during Paris Fashion Week with an invigorating concept: dance. Gaultier’s show celebrated different genres of dance as well as iconic dance moments.
The models lit up the stage with captivating dance numbers, from Karlie Kloss’s funky Vogue to Coco Rocha’s fabulous Grease number to Hannelore Knut’s sensational tango. The show was made that much more unique by the panel of judges that were stationed on the runway to critique the models best dance efforts. Gaultier’s concept was spectacular, captivating and encapsulated an infectious sense of fun.
As for the fashion, the show paid tribute to the fashion stylings of different genres, featuring rap-inspired track suits, black leather Greaser-style outfits, fringed cabaret looks – and even an Amy Winehouse inspired number, complete with a the late singer's signature beehive do.
Scintillating Dance-Inspired Fashion
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