Jean Paul Gaultier Fall 2004 Runway Trompe L’œil Coat
For his Fall 2004 Ready-to-wear collection Jean Paul Gaultier used marionettes instead of models, with just a couple of real people pretending to be walking mannequins. A gantry erected onto the catwalk helped display the whole collection with the help of moving puppeteers, even getting them to strike a few poses. The main items of the Fall-Winter season, jackets and coats were standing out on this very unusual runway. A surprisingly commercial collection referenced some of the Gaultier’s past classics that can still look very fresh. One of the standouts of the collection, a Gaultier trademark trompe l’œil print was used in some of the runway pieces, including this stunning coat. The straight silhouette piece is decorated with a textured print of an unbuttoned trench coat in a very recognizable manner of the designer.
Size M (no size tag)
Measurements (inches) Chest 20 Sleeve length 23 Back length 41
Good vintage condition
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