Who else but Jean Paul Gaultier
would put substantial corset boning in a leather varsity jacket? His new Resort lineup is full of tried-and-true JPG-isms, including lingerie-inspired details, nautical separates, and new takes on the classic Le Smoking. In the lattermost category, the standout piece was an amaranth-colored tuxedo jacket—one half of which was business as usual, while the other half was sleeveless with a flowing swath of silk that could be styled like a scarf. Emphasizing his signature tailoring while exploring more relaxed silhouettes was the name of the game for Gaultier this season. On that note, there was also a striped button-down jumpsuit that billowed like a caftan, with slashes up the sides. Along with everything else, it came topped with a turban similar to the one Gaultier wore at his Couture show last week. It should be noted that his latest menswear collection also featured head wraps. Apparently, we've got a new JPG signature to look forward to.