Sumary of Everything You Need To Know About The Illusion-Print Designs Celebrities Are Wearing:
- Image Source: Getty / PL GouldAbove: Helena Christensen at the Jean Paul Gaultier Fall 1995 show It’s hard to miss the Jean Paul Gaultier boom happening in fashion right now — especially if you have eyes and are on Instagram.
- For instance, pre-baby bump Kylie Jenner wore a different rare vintage dress from the designer at every chance, and a major part of the Y2K resurgence involves mesh tops with tattoo-like or illusion prints on them, a style heavily influenced by JPG styles from the ’90s.
- But to pinpoint the moment that sparked a new life for the brand’s archive likely points back to Cardi B.
- Looking back on the collection in 2020, Gaultier told Vogue he wanted to use the print to create the shape of the body.
- A knitted top which appears to pay homage to the Tits Tee appeared at fashion week in September from emerging brand Puppets &