Thursday, November 8, 2012

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Thursday, February 2, 2012
"I’d be psyched to see this sort of thing in more real-life outfits, possibly in a skirt since I find the current trend for sheer skirts to be very unattractive. If the mesh or tulle could be used as a backdrop to hold some sort of iridescent or colourful pattern, it’d stop the wearer from looking like they’d forgotten to put on their overskirt." — from Jean Paul Gaultier’s Amy Winehouse inspired haute couture collection, Spring 2012.

"I’d be psyched to see this sort of thing in more real-life outfits, possibly in a skirt since I find the current trend for sheer skirts to be very unattractive. If the mesh or tulle could be used as a backdrop to hold some sort of iridescent or colourful pattern, it’d stop the wearer from looking like they’d forgotten to put on their overskirt." — from Jean Paul Gaultier’s Amy Winehouse inspired haute couture collection, Spring 2012.

Wednesday, February 1, 2012
"This outfit would’ve been a fairly standard Gaultier dominatrix look, were it not for the intricate patterns embroidered (woven?) into the veil. Also it livens up that good ol’ virgin/whore juxtaposition that the fashion world has been so fixated with since Madonna — the New York one, that is, not the one from Galilee." —  from Jean Paul Gaultier’s Amy Winehouse inspired haute couture collection, Spring 2012.

"This outfit would’ve been a fairly standard Gaultier dominatrix look, were it not for the intricate patterns embroidered (woven?) into the veil. Also it livens up that good ol’ virgin/whore juxtaposition that the fashion world has been so fixated with since Madonna — the New York one, that is, not the one from Galilee." — from Jean Paul Gaultier’s Amy Winehouse inspired haute couture collection, Spring 2012.

"Tellingly, my first assumption was that this next outfit must have been taken from some paparazzi shot of Winehouse in a hotel bathrobe or similar. Is there a famous "Amy Winehouse in a dressing-gown" tabloid story?" — from Jean Paul Gaultier’s Amy Winehouse inspired haute couture collection, Spring 2012, at Hello, Tailor.

"Tellingly, my first assumption was that this next outfit must have been taken from some paparazzi shot of Winehouse in a hotel bathrobe or similar. Is there a famous "Amy Winehouse in a dressing-gown" tabloid story?" — from Jean Paul Gaultier’s Amy Winehouse inspired haute couture collection, Spring 2012, at Hello, Tailor.