I know its too late for me to put up a good post for this one but surely no one is going to convince me since i myself am convinced. Jean Paul Gaultier's Spring/Summer 2010 collection showed various contrasting colors put into sharp and striking ensembles. I got to say this one's clean and very well mixed up, not to mention the orange colors popped out along with the crisp suits and some well tailored garments. Black pants had contrasting details thanks to its infamous partner, white. Long sleeved shirt with maroon, black and fading orange colors on sleeves along with black and white stripes in vertical and horizontal direction looked very impressive. Well, Gaultier didn't just focused on what men should wear in the future, but it also showcased feminine pieces including a bustier and that thing that Antonio Navas wore before ending the show (for sure, that's not menswear).





Photo Source: Men.Style

4 comments:

Eric Fouarge said...

I've always liked JPG's collections they are always interesting to follow and always a staple of my wardrobe for the season

thesouthsider said...

yeah, It has always been interesting that's why we love him. haha

Eric Fouarge said...

I've always liked JPG's collections they are always interesting to follow and always a staple of my wardrobe for the season

thesouthsider said...

yeah, It has always been interesting that's why we love him. haha

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