Iconic French fashion designer Jean Paul Gaultier has teamed up with Target Australia. In this latest haute couture collaboration, the designer will be working closely with Target to release a line of 100 products featururing Gaultier’s quintessential leather and nautical looks across homewares, women’s, men’s and children’s clothing and shoes. Price will start from $10.

Aussie shopping bugs can rejoice as the collection will be made available online and in select stores in Australia early 2016.

Previously, Target Australia has also released collections by famous fashion names such as Stella McCartney, Dion Lee, and Missoni. All of them were part of their “Designers for Target” programme. Gaultier, in his fashion range for Target, hopes to embody the Australian lifestyle, reports Elle Australia.

According to Herald Sun, the famous designer, who created the cone bra corset for pop sensation Madonna said that collaborating with Target and bringing his collection to Australia is in line with his fashion philosophy.

"Every time I've been to Australia I've been impressed by the laid-back unstuffy confidence that Australians display with their fashion," says Gaultier in a statement.

He added that he believes in fashion that is for all and not just for those on catwalk and that is exactly what Target believes at its core.

Shopping enthusiasts can expect to see a lot of JPG signatures with the dresses, shoes and accessories. The mix will most likely include tailored pants, biker jackets and blazers and stripes. Bed linens and t-shirts will also have the printed signatures. All the items will be priced at a range affordable by all.

Those aware of Gaultier’s empire will not want to miss out on the chance of basking in Gaultier’s legacy and incredible fashion work, reports Vogue Australia.

Apart from Madonna’s corset, Gaultier has designed outfits and costumes for rockstar Marilyn Manson, Mylène Farmer, Marion Cotillard, Kylie Minogue and renowned Hong Kong singer Leslie Cheung. From 2003 to 2010, he was the creative director of Hermès.

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