Jean Paul Gaultier
Off-Shoulder Leopard Tunic


Ours exclusively. No longer a mere trend, leopard-print is now a wardrobe staple, and we're besotted with the bespotted. Jean Paul Gaultier furnishes a textural take on this newest neutral, adding flocked detail to his signature tulle. Whether you wear it on or off your shoulder, scoot the hem up or down, we know you'll love this piece both as tunic and dress.
  • Brown/multicolor leopard-print tulle with black flocked leopard spots for dimension; black ribbed knit trim.
  • Banded hem fits snugly across hips, creating blouson shape when scrunched up; may be pulled down to just above knee for dress look.
  • Bateau neckline may be worn off one shoulder.
  • Long sheer batwing sleeves; fitted cuffs.
  • Drapey fit; pullover style.
  • Polyamide.
  • Made in Italy.


About Jean Paul Gaultier:
French designer Jean Paul Gaultier started his career in 1970 as an assistant at Pierre Cardin. In 1976, he launched his label with a style that drew more from the London street scene than Parisian couture. In addition to his men's and women's ready-to-wear lines, and the haute couture line he launched in 1997, Jean Paul Gaultier offers a collection of provocative fragrances in distinctive bottles that are every bit as avant garde as the designer's clothes.

Jean Paul Gaultier
Off-Shoulder Leopard Tunic



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