7th February, 2014 / 11.00am - 4.00pm
26th April, 2014
From the outset of his career Jean Paul Gaultier has designed the invitations to his catwalk shows and devised the iconic advertising campaigns which have shaped his image. This is the first time this extraordinary body of work has been exhibited. The unique invitations to his catwalk shows, seen only before by industry insiders, alongside the ground-breaking advertising campaigns reveal the themes and concepts which led to his longstanding reputation as fashion’s enfant terrible.
This exhibition is a collaboration between London College of Fashion, Montreal Museum of Fine Arts,Maison Jean Paul Gaultier, Paris in co-operation with Barbican Art Gallery. Curated by Alison Moloney and Thierry-Maxime Loriot.
The exhibition is open Monday–Friday from 10am–6pm, from 26 April on Saturdays 12 noon-4pm and is free of charge.
Sunday & Public Holidays: Closed