Gaultier has never been a fan of convention. Consider a genius in the fashion world, which has been proven innumerous times (by playing with gendered clothing to working with models deemed unconventional by the industry). He has been fearless in high-fashion and now he has brought his game to the world of interior design.
The French fashion powerhouse is hardly new to the home decor scene. In 2010 he worked alongside Roche Bobois, then, in 2012 he collaborated with French textile house, Lelièvre Paris.
His new wallpapers also developed in partnership with Lelièvre — are the perfect way for fashion lovers to deep-dive into the world of interior design.
“Wallpaper is both traditional and innovative at the same time,” Gaultier said in a statement. “We know that [it has] the same level of craftsmanship as we have in our haute couture fashion!”
The wallpapers are equally as fun and experimental as Gaultier’s clothing designs. Adorned in metallic flecks, graphic stripes, and florals covered in glitter, he has drawn inspiration from some of his most iconic designs.