Jean Paul Gaultier
A French fashion label Jean Paul Gaultier was first presented in Paris, France, in 1976, a French haute couture and pret-a-porte fashion designer with the same name. From 2003 to 2010 Jean Paul Gaultier also served as the creative director at French luxury house Hermès for womenswear. Many of Gaultier's subsequent collections have been based on street wear, focusing on popular culture, whereas others, particularly his haute couture collections, are very formal, yet at the same time unusual and playful. The first perfume of Jean Paul Gaultier perfume house - Jean Paul Gaultier Eau De Parfum for women was launched in 1993, the name was subsequently changed to Classique. It was followed in 1995 by Le Male and Fragile in 1999, the limited editions followed, all known for their unusual compositions and packaging. The latest editions being Scandal A Paris, La Belle, Classique Cabaret and Classique Collector's Snow Globe Designer Jean Paul Gaultier has 118 perfumes in its fragrance base, the fragrances are produced in conjunction with Beaute Prestige International.