Costumer Jean-Paul Gaultier, considered l'enfant terrible of fashion, previously designed the costumes for Pedro Almodovar's "Kika" and Peter Greenaway's "The Cook, the Thief, his Wife and her Lover." His career in fashion began on his 18th birthday, which was the day he became Pierre Cardin's assistant. Gaultier presented his first collection in 1976. Subsequent collections featured innovations such as "can" bracelets (1978), the corset-dress (1981), skirts for men (1985), and, in 1994, "The Tattooed and Pierced."

Here are some samples of Gaultier's work.

Costume design for Marcello, the Flea-Tamer

Costume design for the Clones

Costume design for the Octopus

Costume design for Miette

Costume design for Krank

Costume design for Miss Bismuth