Jean-Paul Gaultier Takes His Home to a New Level of Fashion

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Imagine what happens when you mix a cat walk with a home interior design. This apartment is one of the homes of French fashion designer Jean-Paul Gaultier. Located just in front of the Eiffel Tower, it boasts amazing views of Paris and disturbingly (but creatively) designed interior.

The interior design seems a bit crazy and monochromatic because of nautical stripes that are running through the apartment walls, floors and furniture. These stripes happened to be a signature of the designer. Besides there are a garden and a doll rooms that also should be mentioned. The garden room is all covered with plants: ivy weaves into the sofa; lichen grows over the woven chairs in the shade of a tree, and moss, like green velvet, carpets the stone. The doll room is also the bedroom. Fabric unfolds on its walls and forms a powdery velum on the ceiling. The corset dress of a fairground doll becomes the bed’s giant quilt. In this room, lingerie, a lace that fishnets on the carpet and is mirrored in the window panes.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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