PARIS — Jean Paul Gaultier — French fashion’s eternal enfant terrible — is feeling his oats again.
Having recently inked a deal for his top women’s collection with Italy’s Gibò SpA, his original partner in the Eighties and early Nineties, the designer is eager to jump-start a ready-to-wear business whose scale has yet to match his standing in the Paris fashion firmament.
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