Dita Von Teese at Gaultier: The Butterfly Effect / Paris Fashion Week News

Jean-Paul Gaultier sent at the fashion week in Paris Dita Von Teese in a butterfly corset on the catwalk. The bodice, supposedly inspired by a trip to London by the designer, made ​​for some viewers for gasping.

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Jean-Paul Gaultier sent at the fashion week in Paris Dita Von Teese in a butterfly corset on the catwalk. The bodice, supposedly inspired by a trip to London by the designer, made ​​for some viewers for gasping.

When Jean-Paul Gaultier invites to fashion shows, the audience can expect a spectacle – not least because the French designer regularly brings celebrities to go for it on the catwalk.

For the presentation of his collection at the Fashion Week in Paris, Gaultier has apparently made ​​an excellent choice, at least in terms of the effect the audience: Dita Von Teese, the most famous burlesque dancer in the world.

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Some guests at the fashion show would have gasped, as Teese had appeared on the catwalk, reported the Associated Press news agency. The green-black corset burlesque dancer, modeled after a butterfly, had been almost “death-defying”. The rather delicate body Teese including narrow waist had worked somehow jammed.

Gaultier said the collection was inspired by a trip to London. There he saw recently in a shop butterflies. That the designer corsets likes, is already well known – he has to thank for a good part of its success to a copy of 1990. Inside was Madonna, who wore it on her “Blond Ambition Tour”.

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It was not the first appearance Teese for Gaultier. In 2010 she had gone for the label on the catwalk. The outfit at that time, however, had no relation to the animal world.

The trade visitors could Gaultier with his latest collection anyway convince limited. On hats, dresses or skirts at that resembled butterfly nets – the fashionable allusions to the animals were so numerous that the outfits would have looked partially overloaded, was the AP critic. The finest pieces in the collection are often been the easiest.

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