soon after his graduation, alexandre vauthier joined the design studio of thierry mugler, who supported him and taught him thoroughness of the construction of the garment.
later alexandre vauthier joined jean-paul gaultier as head designer of the couture collection. this 8 year long experience boosted his desire to fully express himself through his collection.
alexandre vauthier’s natural need of preciseness and rigor and his radical cuts is expressed through a style inspired by his french culture and his anglo-saxon influences.
aw15: "i made it for myself," vauthier admitted. "and then my girlfriends started wanting them. that's how they dress: a fantastic jacket and something easier underneath."
the essence of the french couturier's ready-to-wear, embodied by the pouty lindsay wixson.
hardworking material was turned into a host of pieces, from perfect lbds to impeccably tailored jackets.
cool, rolled-up sleeves appeared in a dozen variations around the blazer, including dresses.