The good old famous french designer Paul Gaultier announced his retirement from Paris couture fashion week just a few days ago. He said that his last show will be his spring 2020 show. The twitter world was flooding with posts recalling him as the “fashion icon”. He came into recognition after he dressed Madonna, and then there was no turning back.
He continued to amaze people with his unique designs and traditional styles. He also designed skirts for men. The 67-year-old designer is also a writer. He created a television series known as “Eurotrash“. He even collaborated with various other brands to showcase his unique style of dressing and designs.
People had been praising the icon for the past 50 years, and many, on twitter called it the end of an era.
HIS FINAL SHOW 2020
His final show had to be an epic one. Many celebrities came up to be a part of the show and bid him farewell. The show showcased 200 looks which featured recycled garments from his archive. There were a bunch of fresh-faced models, pop stars, supermodels, movie stars, etc. Bella Hadid and Gigi Hadid were among the group. Apart from them, celebrities like Farida Khelfa, Rossy de Palma, Coco Rocha, Winnie Harlow, Amanda Lear were present. His iconic 50-year-old career came to an end, while people are still excited about what he will be doing next.
HIS DESIGN FOR MADONNA
The fashion icon designed the famous cone bra corset, which was worn by Madonna in her 1990 Blonde Ambition Tour.
From Lady Gaga to Rihanna, from Madonna to Cate Blanchett, he created spectacular masterpieces that defined fashion in real sense.
Designers like Pierre Cardin, Christian Lacroix were present in the show to make memories and celebrate Gaultier’s successful 50 years.
Gigi Hadid was seen in a very lively nautical-inspired look with a fan-shaped decorated top. Her sister Bella Hadid, on the other hand, wore a sheer see-through dress with a hint of light green color.
Moreover, Gaultier’s last show was star-studded and a successful one. After the walks, all the stars went up the stage to celebrate 50 iconic years in the fashion industry!