The Jean Paul Gaultier Spring/Summer 2013 collection was displayed at this year's New York Fashion Week. The articles showcased were quite chaotic, borrowing from angular patterns, color blocking motifs and an assortment of vibrant tones.
Gaultier delivered this mesmerizing set via dresses, pant pieces, bustiers and oversize jackets. The couture brand continued this diverse theme with snakeskin prints and a variety of takes on gold and silver. It was by way of this aggressive mix that the label's New York Fashion Week models popped along the runway, standing out before the critical audiences. The thin catwalk, which featured strips of orange, yellow, peach and red was further aligned with the couture disorder that came together flawlessly.
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