Jean Paul Gaultier for Target Lookbook

Looking at the array of separates that seem to be styled so that they can be immersed into multiple looks and despite the varying prints, colored trims, and my favorite type of accessories (motorcycle gloves, vests and waist belts) I'm just not impressed.  When I heard that Jean Paul Gaultier was going to be creating a diffusion line for Target, following suit of other designers such as Rodarte, Zac Posen, Anna Sui and the late Alexander McQueen, I was hoping for something incredible to be infused into casual wear. 

Out of the entire collection, the only pieces that I'm semi inclined to pick up are the trench from look #1 and look #9  with the graphic eye  t-shirt with the side tie detail.  If I looked good in color, or were attending the horse races this year, I'd consider look #3.  All of this is under the assumption that with diffusion lines you're not going to get the same tailoring and fabric qualities as the higher end line, which is so important when it comes to the way fabric lays with a dress.

All of this is temporarily irrelevant, as I've been wearing mainly pants, cardigans and scarves in efforts to hide my heff until I get fit again.  :D

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