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On the terrace of the apartment, Gaultier lays out a game of reflections with mirrors, "of course, our everyday companions."

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Originally appeared in Apartment Decorated by Gaultier
on August 11, 2010
On the terrace of the apartment, Gaultier lays out a game of reflections with mirrors, "of course, our everyday companions."

In a 2,700-square-foot Paris apartment previously owned by French architect Jacques Carlu, Gaultier is the third fashion designer given the opportunity to re-envision it. Jacques Carlu was the architect of the Palais de Chaillot in the 1930s, across from the Eiffel Tower, where the Cite de l'Architecture et du Patrimoine and a slew of other museums now occupy.  Before Gaultier, the apartment had been transformed into a classy white party by Martin Margiela in 2009 and a Baroque wonderland by Christian Lacroix in 2008. On the terrace, the designer plays out a game of reflections with mirrors, "of course, our everyday companions."

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