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even the weather was a little different.’ But it was the street and nightlife style he encountered that had the biggest impact. ‘I was feeling the freedom of expression totally, and the eccentricity that was accepted.

In France, if you are dressed in some different way than the classical code, you are looked at as Mr Nobody, like a freak.’ And so a fashion aesthetic that took Paris, then the world, by storm was born – a celebration of rebellion and difference that earned Gaultier the ‘enfant terrible’ title.

Highlights are now gloriously assembled in this vast retrospective, which also takes in his work for film and stage, his furniture design, his Spitting Image puppet (which he now proudly owns), and even his famous teddy bear Nana, on whom, as a boy growing up in the Paris suburbs, he tried out everything from open heart surgery to his first conical bra design.

With Gaultier, it has always been bourgeois respectability be damned; instead, he’s defiantly honoured different types of beauty with no age, ethnic or body shape boundaries.

I loved it already in the train, because they have the sandwiches that are different from ours,’ he says in the heavily accented, enthusiastically off-kilter English that anyone who watched him on 1990s TV series Eurotrash will know and love.

‘Everything was different: the architecture, the bricks, the colours…

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