Paris fashion is sometimes cruel, always fun
PARIS (AP) - The fashion world can be a cruel place.
No one knows this better than veteran Jean Paul Gaultier who decided to turn his spring-summer 2014 collection on its head and do the criticising for himself.
With a tongue in his cheek, the irreverent designer turned his catwalk collection, one of Saturday's most popular tickets, into a high-octane pastiche of So You Think You Can Dance - the US dance competition show.
Rossy de Palma, the muse of filmmaker Pedro Almodovar, sat on a panel inside the cabaret theatre venue holding up signs such as "boring" and "no thanks" to auditioning models such as Karly Kloss who vogued in vain to energising music.