JEAN CHARLES DE CASTELBAJAC

The Jean Charles de Castelbajac Issue V. Vol. 3

With Malcom McLaren, Ai Canon & his best friends, from Lady Gaga to Daft Punk...

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Vol.3

JEAN CHARLES DE CASTELBAJAC

Vol.3

HG Issue is extremely honored to dedicate its new thematic issue to one of the greatest fashion designers of all times, Jean Charles de Castelbajac. Mr. de Castelbajac is a true fashion legend and one of the pioneers in blending fashion and art, having collaborated among others with Daft Punk, Malcom McLaren, Andy Warhol or Lady Gaga.


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