They are just stunning. This picture is from the 1980 A/W Mugler collection. Its completely AMAZE. There are just hundreds of pictures. Photographed during the shows or immediately after, with a couple of the models in their last outfits joined by the designer on a balcony, in the street, in the Tuileries. And they were most likely photographed by Bill Cunningham, who worked for Women's Wear Daily at that time.
OMG! JPG! The text written about this very early Gaultier show is wonderful: "His clothes are amusing and reflect what is going on in young circles." Young circles! It reads like a fifties Vogue. But the hurried typed text and the rough scissors cut and paste layout are all part of the appeal. They are the Sniffin' Glue
of Paris Fashion, albeit somewhat more polite!