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Jean Paul Gaultier’s iconic motifs in a series of new, stunning wallpapers
The famous fashion designer signs his first collection of fabrics for renowned Parisian textile company Lelièvre
From now on it will be possible to decorate home with a Jean Paul Gaultier signature motif. Fashion and design blend and become one in the very first collection of wallpapers by Lelièvre, marked by the unique style of the French fashion designer.
The two companies boast a fruitful collaboration since 2012 which has given birth to four textile and home accessories collections, all of them outstanding for their stylistic excellency and beautiful craftsmanship. And nothing’s better than fulfillig this artistic and business tie with a new, ambitious project: 2017 already represents a major turning point between fashion and interior design for Lelièvre.
Iconic inspirations by the French couturier go beyond simple clothes collections and cover the walls of the trendiest, most fashionable homes. The subjects from his visionary universe range from Azulejos to oxidation, from passionate Parisian atmospheres to the delicacy of botanical drawings and the masculine strength of Gaultier’s famous sailor. 15 references that most certainly won’t escape the keen eyes of fashion addicts and that, by and large, will invariably intrigue all interior design lovers.
Maison Lelièvre’s wallpapers feature a careful selection of materials, colors and reliefs for a first collection of which Jean Paul Gaultier is already very proud: «Completing a collection of clothes or decorating interiors requires the same procedure… Wallpapers represent both a novelty and a great innovation. Just as in haute couture, savoir-faire and innovation are the key words!» declared the stylist, demonstrating once more how the interconnection between different forms and artistic codes is, in the end, a mere point of view. The collection is going to be launched this January.
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