If before I ever said anything about a show being wonderfully theatrical, I take it all back. THIS SHOW WAS THEATRE! This was Jean Paul Gaultier's last ready-to-wear collection, because he said he wanted to focus on his couture and perfume branch. The theme for this collection was '√Člection​ de Miss Jean Paul Gaultier 2015' and there were 8 rounds, each with different clothes and different models and it was genius. The first featured monochrome looks, with stripped prints and double-breasted blazers for women, similar to what Madonna wore in her 'Vogue' music video. Then came the Tour De France round, where models wore skin-tight cycling pants, with their hair cornrowed back for a lean and athletic look. This was followed by a cute wet and rainy round, opened by Sasha Luss who walked daintily down the runway, holding an umbrella. Then, came my favourite round. The editors round, which featured Grace Coddington, Carine Roitfeld, Suzy Menkes and even Franca Sozzani. This round got the whole audience cheering and laughing along with JPG.

Soon after, came the WAGs round with Karlie Kloss, Liu Wen and Alessandra Ambrosio who wore football inspired outfits, with clashing bandanna prints and vintage denim. Then we had older women walking on the runway, but don't be fooled! These women may trick you with their full skirts, but they also wore punk leather jackets and killed it on the runway, with a male model on their arms of course! The penultimate round was the Smokin' Hot round, where models wore simple black outfits. With shiny metal dresses being interspersed with the black colours. And the final round was the Nacho Libre round, which was shown with 'Eye Of The Tiger' bursting through the speakers. I really, really enjoyed watching this show. It was so much fun and everyone had a good time. The theme was just genius, JP could not have done anything that was more 'him' than what he did. The winner of the show was none other than Coco Rocha, who gracefully 'fainted', then got back up to accept her crown. At the end, all the models were dancing where Jean Paul ran out and gave his signature smile; a happy ending of Jean Paul Gaultier's ready-to-wear collections. Au revoir!

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  1. Hi! I've been reading your posts for a while now and I adore how you describe all of the shows. You've even inspired me to start my own :) I just posted my first review. Would you mind giving it a look? Keep up the great ork!

    1. Hey Clara, thanks so much for your comment! I've just read your post and I love it, I'll leave a comment on there for you too :-)


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