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Dita Gets Cheeky In Jean Paul Gaultier Couture

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Jul. 8 2010, Published 9:12 a.m. ET

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While most celebrities have been spotted modeling glam gowns and divine dresses at Paris Couture Fashion Week, Dita von Teese is never one to mold to the norm. The burlesque beauty walked the runway of the Jean Paul Gaultier fashion show on Wednesday night, scantily clad in a shocking S&M bodysuit, which would make a grown man blush... not to mention the children sitting in the front row!

The statuesque style siren initially walked down the catwalk in a sleeveless, black wrap dress and studded Christian Louboutin heels. With her iconic red lipstick and a bizarrely high black hat covering her dark tresses, onlookers were most definitely enamored by her presence.

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However, it didn’t take long for Dita to shed the layers, exposing a sparkling black, bandage-style corseted contraption, which barely covered up her assets. With garters holding up her sheer thigh-high nylons, the skeletal looking bodysuit also had a stirrup-like feature in the back, which held her famous bottom in place. Now, that’s what we call cheeky!

Needless to say, the expressions on the faces of the front row guests, say a thousand words.


This shocking stunt comes decades after Gaultier made a name for himself by creating the Material Girl’s iconic cone bras and corsets, and only days after announcing he had teamed up with luxe lingerie line La Perla. While not traditional compared to the usual glamour and sophistication of Paris Fashion Week, this is definitely what we consider JPG’s couture comeback!

Who will wear Dita’s S&M getup first: Lady Gaga, Rihanna or Madonna? Check out the gallery in Style and let us know your predictions.



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