Turbanators Dominate Gaultier’s S/S 2013 Menswear Collection

Most of us know of Jean Paul Gaultier’s love for India. His collections over the times have seen inspiration drawn from India. Last evening when Gaultier showcased his Spring-Summer 2013 Menswear Collection in Paris, Turban wearing models walked out one-after-another, looking very much the Sikh young man.

This summer the JPG man is not just a sailor (Nautical theme is Gaultier’s favourite!) but a world traveller. He’s travelled the world and experienced every exotic culture, his appearance a swirl of cultural influences from East and West. Turbans, Mandarin collars and embelishments reflect this. On the more literal nautical front, flat square sailor collars were prominent. One even manifested, in intricately beaded form, on a black evening jacket.  Shirts and a slouchy short-sleeved jumpsuit were presented in a print that had a vintage sailor-tattoo appeal.

2 Replies to “Turbanators Dominate Gaultier’s S/S 2013 Menswear Collection”

  1. Laveena says:

    Waris Ahluwalia and Vikram Chatwal helped make turbaned Sikhs look cool, spurning a huge fascination for Turbinators all over. Maybe Dr. Manmohan Singh did too..Yet I can’t help feel, that it’s the inherent honesty in Sikhs that’s all pervading and is such a magnetic force.

  2. Let the world media dig into sikhism,n the world will get to know its meaning!!!

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