Jean Paul Gaultier Interior Designs Include Flesh, Breton Stripes, And Wilty Jungle Rooms

Jean Paul Gaultier's new collaboration with upscale French furniture line Roche Bobois marks his reentry into the home design market. His interior design tastes—unsurprisingly—are pretty close to his fashion ones, judging from how he used his opportunity to decorate the Elle Decoration suite as a preview to bedeck the walls in Breton stripes to match his own shirts, covered a room in wilted plants to mimic a "vegetable wedding dress" he designed once, and a "flesh room" that reminds us of his urban-jailbird spring '10 collection. The collection with Roche Bobois will be available in the next few months. For now, click through to check out how having Jean as a roommate might be like. Imagine how watching TV might be like while snuggling up to a fern buddy. (WWD)

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