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Suite Jean-Paul Gaultier

The former appartment created by french architect Jacques Carlu in the 1930s at the top floor of the Palais de Chaillot has been hosting interiors created by some of France's most revered fashion designers. After Lacroix and Margiela, it is the turn of Jean-Paul Gaultier to give these rooms a fresh coat of inspiration. This time, wals morph into furniture with an all-known touch of the classical rayure matelot, one of Gaultiers trademarks.




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    fucking awesome !  

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