Share FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinWhatsappTelegramEmail 425 If You Like This Article Kindly Give Us A Share! Ghana Celebrity Watch Jean-Paul Gaultier is a French writer, haute couture and prêt-à-porter fashion designer. In 1982, founded his eponymous fashion label. From 2003 to 2010 he also served as the creative director at French luxury house Hermès for womenswear. He made ground breaking changes in the international world of fashion and recently had a feature in Vogue on youtube in a video titled ‘Fashion Insiders Break Down an Iconic Jean Paul Gaultier Fashion Show’. The video features his landmark 1995 fashion show More Articles You Would Love LISTEN: Megan The Stallion Features Beyonce On The Remix Of Her Viral Tik Tok Song ‘SAVAGE’ South Africa: Gavin Rajah Responds to Copycat Allegations in the Cape Town Fashion Week The collection unveiled many face masks on the runway, at that time it sat with the theme of the movie Mad Max which had been recently released. However Mad Max was far from the inspiration of Jean Paul Gaultier’s infatuation with nose masks. In fact, in the same video published by the magazine he explains where his nose mask inspiration for the show ignited from and according the the iconic designer, it was straight from Japan. “In Japan when you are very polite you put (Wear) a mask when you are sick like not to give your sickness to the others. So I was into the art I was coming from from Japan, I said it’s good we can make it also, but in someways more feminine.” Watch the clip below and here it from yourselves. If you wish to see it on youtube search the title above. View this post on Instagram #JeanPaulGualtier elaborates on his 1995 #facemask design inspirations. Read and watch more at www.FashionGHANA.com. . #FashionGHANAmagazine #FashionGhanaRocks #FashionGHANA A post shared by FashionGHANA.com | Official ?? (@fashionghana_com) on Apr 6, 2020 at 7:48am PDT Hopefully, his craft can teach or show some designers in Africa how to be a bit more creative with their faces masks, as of now, creativity in Africa with face masks is limited to making it with African print Share FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinWhatsappTelegramEmail More For You PICS: Tennis Star Legend, Naomi Osaka Unveils Her Belly Bump Whilst In Japan PICS: The Gorgeous Karema Tumukunde Emerges At The Newly Crowned Miss Uganda 2023 Ludacriss Visits Ghana To Work His Upcoming Afrobeats Album & Experiences Ghana Jollof... Rihanna Look-Alike Beatrice Goes Crazy With Excitement After Rihanna Finally Trolls Her Video Outstanding African Queens & Royalty Is Served In New A.I. Digital Artwork By... VIDEO: Beyonce’s Protege Chlöe Bailey Gets Backlash For Her Viral Adult Scene In... Burna Boy Faces Backlash From Black Americans Who Don’t Identify With Africa After... PICS: Ivoriens Show Up In Massive Numbers For The 16th Edition Of Afrik... Nigeria’s Minaladi Shakes Up The 2M Design Show In Senegal With Her Astonishing... See Highlights & Runway Shots From The Just Ended Africa Fashion Week Middle... You must log in to post a comment.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.