Jean Paul Gaultier went wild and woolly, while Christian Lacroix created some structured looks and Emanuel Ungaro's Esteban Cortazar kept things calm.
Jean Paul Gaultier: Jean Paul Gaultier is a master of the obvious introductory sound cue. Remember last season's swashbuckling yo-ho-ho opener for his all-out pirate romp? This time he launched with Michael Jackson's "Thriller," complete with howling, growling wolves. Which would explain the brief disconnect when the first model stormed out in a perfectly tame, downright conservative blouse-and-pencil skirt combo with a parka thrown over it. But once you got a look at her from behind, it all clicked into place — a giant real zebra hide was splayed on the back of the parka with head, tail and limbs stretched out like an animal rug.
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