Immerse yourself in fashion inspiration this weekend when style's ultimate curator Jean Paul Gaultier appears on CBS Sunday Morning. The interview was filmed from his current exhibition, which ends on February 12, at the Dallas Museum of Art.
Gaultier's creative influence in the field cannot be matched, and that's likely due to his indelible sense of humor. Just try and find a stuffy piece in this wardrobe collection -- from the cowgirl model whose hair was sculpted into a Stetson hat to the trash bag evening gown lurking in the punk sector, each of Gaultier's pieces is a joy to be around. You want to party with them.
Do just that tomorrow night during the final Late Night Friday of Gaultier's stint. On LNF the museum's halls remain at your disposal until midnight. So book a hot date with fashion tomorrow night, and brunch in front of the television on Sunday morning. Cheers, Jean Paul. We've loved having you.
Scope out the exhibition and tickets here.
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