The house of Gaultier issued perfumes

Born in 1952, Jean-Paul Gaultier started his fashion career at the houses of Pierre Cardin and Jean Patou. He launched out on his own in the late 70s and achieved la consecration in the 80s, with a style pairing a sense of humor and a taste for provocation. He has designed a great number of costumes for stage and screen, most notably Madonna’s concert costumes. Echoing the fetishistic lines of a bustier, his first perfume, ‘Classique’ was launched in 1993, followed 2 years later by the men’s fragrance Le Mâle, an enormous international success. The brand’s other creations include: Fragile, Gaultier² and Fleur du Mâle. One of the rare designers to dared to show men in skirts on the runway, he is also the first to have launched a make-up line specifically aimed at men. Jean-Paul Gaultier is a bit of an ‘enfant terrible de la mode’.

Classique Eau d'Eté 2006
Classique Eté 2012
CLASSIQUE X Collection
Classique X L’Eau
CLASSIQUE ‘Edition Rock Star’
Cologne Tonique Le Mâle 2005
Cologne Tonique Le Mâle 2006
Cologne Tonique LE MALE edition 2004

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Eau d'Eté 'Classique' 2005
Fleur du Mâle
Fleur du Mâle Cologne
Fragile
GAULTIER 2
JEAN PAUL GAULTIER CLASSIQUE Eau d’Eté Sans Alcool
Jean-Paul Gaultier "Classique"
Kokorico
Kokorico By Night
LE BEAU MALE
Le Mâle
LE MALE Edition ‘Gentlemale’
LE MALE Eté 2012
Le Mâle Terrible

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