Jean Paul Gaultier for Roche Bobois

Jean Paul Gaultier for Roche Bobois

Annie Werbler
Sep 8, 2010

In recognition of New York Fashion Week it's only fitting that we highlight the new work of Jean Paul Gaultier, who has teamed up with furniture design house Roche Bobois to produce a collection of upholstered goods for the home.

Gaultier, the fashion god best-known for designing man-skirts, Madonna's cone bra, and anything at all shocking or controversial, brings us his vision of home. Judging by the collection, Chez Gaultier would have corseted pillows, mirrored wardrobe suitcases, and his name applied to every surface possible. There would be a fantastical mix of florals, stripes, and lush textures mixed in with unique furniture pieces.

It is interesting to see how this creative mind transitions into the shelter category that we're all so used to exploring.

For more of this collaboration, visit Roche Bobois.

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