Sailor striped knits paired with the slouchy denim—very jean paul Gaultier.
Dressed in jean paul Gaultier, the cover is slugged with “Boy who shook the fashion world.”
“I loved the hat so much, jean paul [Gaultier] very generously let me keep it!”
He sought advice from longtime pal and Madonna collaborator jean paul Gaultier.
The father, jean paul Kruse, was later charged with rape and sexual abuse.
jean paul was studying medicine at the same place where Oliver Goldsmith, another exile, studied some years before.
And jean paul Victor could not meet the sorrowful blue eyes.
It was possibly jean paul's political attitude which first brought Brne under his spell.
To him jean paul was the poet of those who are born in obscurity.
Dear jean paul, big and homely, what an insight you had into the heart of things, and what a flying-machine your imagination was!
masc. proper name, Biblical name of the apostle to the Gentiles, from Latin Paulum (nominative Paulus), Roman surname of the Aemilian gens, literally "small," from PIE *pau-ro-lo-, from base *pau- (1) "few, little" (see few). Cf. Old French Pol, Italian Paolo, Spanish Pablo, Russian Pavel.
Ancient Christian preacher and teacher; along with the Apostle Peter, one of the foremost leaders of the early Christian Church. Paul, originally called Saul, was at first an enemy and persecutor of the early Christians. As he rode to Damascus one day, seeking to suppress the Christians there, a strong light from heaven blinded him, and God spoke to him; after this experience, Saul became a Christian. Going by the Greek name Paul, he spent the rest of his life bringing the gospel to the peoples of the ancient world. The New Testament includes his many epistles (letters) to the early Christian communities.