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Daisy Lowe by François-Henri Galland

published on 2 November 2018

“It was a piece from Jean Paul Gaultier’s archive and it made me feel so special because it was one of a kind and beautifully tailored, tough in all the right places and soft where it needed to be just like us strong women.”

- Daisy Lowe

“It was a piece from Jean Paul Gaultier’s archive and it made me feel so special because it was one of a kind and beautifully tailored, tough in all the right places and soft where it needed to be just like us strong women.”

Illustration: François-Henri Galland
Press Image for Paris Haute Couture Fashion Week outside Jean Paul Gaultier A/W 11, Clothing: Vintage Jean Paul Gaultier
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