• ELLE Decoration Suite by Jean Paul Gaultier.

    Posted on 10th June, by Dana Tomić Hughes in events + exhibitions, installations, interior design. 4 Comments

    Photos by Nicolas Tosi for ELLE DECORATION.


    Wowooooooow! Jean Paul Gaultier strikes again. His interpretation for ELLE Decoration Suite is beyond amazing! It is absolutely mind-blowing. Pure genius!

    The suite is a former apartment of Jacques Carlu, a French Art Deco architect. Gaultier is the third designer to decorate this apartment, after Christian Lacroix and Martin Margiela in 2008 and 2009 respectively.

    If you are in Paris between now trough to October 11th, go check it out. Ah-ma-zing! I have to find a way to get to Paris right now!

    Open to the public on Saturdays and Sundays, from 2.00 pm to 5.00 pm
    One price: 3 € per person (free for under 18s)
    Access via 1, place du Trocadéro – palais de Chaillot – Paris 16e – mo Trocadéro

    via Yatzer.

  • 4 Responses to “ELLE Decoration Suite by Jean Paul Gaultier.”

    1. ooooooooooh! hopefully going to Paris in a month or so…will definitely be checking this out!
      Thanks Dana!

    2. [...] This post was mentioned on Twitter by yellowtrace, Dana Hughes. Dana Hughes said: Ooops! I forgot to preschedule this morning's post. It's up now! ELLE Decoration Suite by Jean Paul Gaultier. http://bit.ly/9Kh2Lj #amazing [...]

    3. [...] is something jean paul gaultier did for elle, which i found here.  i don’t care so much about all that, i just like how wrongly feminine this is.  also, [...]

    4. oh my word. he’s a legend. that bed dolly!!! and nary a loo roll in sight. too cool. jx

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