Gaspard Yurkievich, Damian Yurkievich and Guido Voss
Gaspard Yurkievich launched his first prï¿½t-ï¿½-porter womenï¿½s collection in 1998. Since then, his shows have been an innovative launch pad that illustrate his sexy, contemporary and urban visions.
Gaspard launched the menï¿½s prï¿½t-ï¿½-porter and shoe collections in 2003. This was followed in 2005 by an accessories line and the opening of his first boutique, located in Paris.
The brand is sold in 100 boutiques worldwide such as Le Bon Marche, Concrete London, Ships Tokyo, Kron Kron, Jumelle New York.
Gaspard Yurkievich is known for his wild and outlandish catwalk presentations, French designer Gaspard Yurkievich is also fast becoming the designer of choice by fashion forward young men and women who like wearing street and urban clothes with a Parisian touch.
Gaspard Yurkievichï¿½s creations are young, youthful and energetic. He is also not scared to take chances. His Spring 2004 menswear presentation hit the headlines because it featured several young men miming every sexual position that a group of lusty men can twist themselves into. Of course, all the models were fully clothed. But the sexual connotations were not lost on the audience.
Again, during the Spring 2005 menswear season, Yurkievich shocked his audience. In a most unexpected presentation, the group of urban dancers hired by Yurkievich showed how the clothes would really be worn. They danced, body-popped, scratched, vogued in a sexually explicit manner.