“London Calling” could have been Jean Paul Gaultier’s motto for pre-fall, as his collection was full of Mod references and British schoolgirl looks. The theme came through in his myriad of outerwear that included zipped bomber jackets and military-inspired parkas and peacoats done in warm autumnal shades of bronze, plum and brown. Hybrid tailored pieces looked polished. A pair of double-layer pants, for instance, appeared to be Bermuda shorts over trousers, while a suit featured a sleeveless jacket over ribbed turtleneck with tailored sleeves.

“London Calling” could have been Jean Paul Gaultier’s motto for pre-fall, as his collection was full of Mod references and British schoolgirl looks. The theme came through in his myriad of outerwear that included zipped bomber jackets and military-inspired parkas and peacoats done in warm autumnal shades of bronze, plum and brown. Hybrid tailored pieces looked polished. A pair of double-layer pants, for instance, appeared to be Bermuda shorts over trousers, while a suit featured a sleeveless jacket over ribbed turtleneck with tailored sleeves.

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