Fashion shows doesn’t always have to be about the clothes or the designers, do they? JPGFashionFreak Show is one of such fashion shows that will keep your phone’s camera busy capturing all those freaky moments you don’t want to forget anytime soon, and not that you can really wear all the clothes displayed on the streets, or maybe you can…but the point is they are super creative.
Basically the presentation of the show, the models, the artists and the designers are what made this fashion show unique in its category. Designers are allowed to take their time to present in the most artistic mode possible.
Just a few pictures and you can head to the Jean Paul Gaultier FashionFreak Show website to have a look and probably make some purchases of those amazing clothes.
Eccentric, scandalous, provocative,
exuberant and funny as ever, Jean Paul Gaultier is shaking up Paris once
again by inventing a new kind of entertainment between a revue and a
In this extraordinary production,
actors, dancers and circus artists will take to the stage and play
outlandish, passionate, larger than life, rude, sexy, sassy creatures
As author, director and set designer,
Jean Paul Gaultier takes a look at our times in both an extravagant and
tender way, and invites us behind the scenes into his world fi lled with
excess, poetry and magic.
From his childhood to his early career,
from his greatest fashion shows to the wild nights in Le Palace or
London, Jean Paul Gaultier shares his journal of the times and pays
tribute to those who have inspired him in fi lm (Pedro Almodovar, Luc
Besson), music (Madonna, Kylie Minogue, Mylène Farmer) and dance (Régine
Chopinot, Angelin Prejlocaj).
In this show, thought out like a grand
party, Jean Paul Gaultier will surprise us yet again. For this occasion,
he designed tens of new exclusive outfi ts to incorporate within an
exuberant scenography – without forgetting to invite his most iconic
To carry through with this project, he
collaborated with the best in their fi eld, such as actress,
scriptwriter and director Tonie Marshall, who co-directs the show, and
Marion Motin (Madonna, Christine and the Queens, Stromae, RESISTE, the
musical…) for choreography. From disco to funk, from pop to rock and
also new wave and punk, the FashionFreak Show is an explosive playlist
of hits that have inspired the artist throughout his life.