For Jean-Paul Gaultier, the Day of the Dead is an extraordinary tradition. This joyous celebration of life honors the memory of those who are no longer among us. Inspired by the beautiful skulls he saw during his travels in Mexico, the fashion designer approached the theme respectfully, designing a skull that Mexican artists then brought to life. The design reflects the mix of Mexican culture and the brand's codes. Mexico has been a source of inspiration for Jean-Paul Gaultier throughout his career. He appreciates the variety of colors and flavors in local culture, its artisanal traditions, its museums, and its artists like the great Frida Kahlo. This love for Mexico led him to get involved in the celebration by launching an exhibition he created in collaboration with and under the guidance of Mexico City’s Anahuacalli Museum.