Jean Paul Gaultier - FW1993 - Runway Rabbi Chic Deconstructed Chic Blazer
This vintage Jean Paul Gaultier blazer is from the 1993 Fall Winter collection. It was presented on men and women on the runway and proves once again the House of Gaultier is genderless. The amount of details put to work here is astonishing. It gives the effect of the blazer being deconstructed but reconstructed right after.
They are many details on this jacket but the most intriguing is the patch where you can read “Jean Paul Gaultier” in Cyrillic letters. Only France and Japan had their patches on and the rest of the world censured them.
This collection is called Rabbi-Chic” and is known to be one of the most controversial as it directly reference jewish culture, it was also presented in French Vogue where models Shalom Harlow And Bridget Hall dressed as fashionable Orthodox jewish women photographed by Ellen Von Unwerth.
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