Jean Paul Gaultier doesn't do things ordinary way. For his Spring 13 couture collection, the designer took inspiration from India, specifically the majestic state of Rajasthan, but instead of the opulence of Maharajas, he picked up the earthy style of Indian gypsies. The gold threaded silk - riotously printed - flowed in gowns and gypsy-like skirts with tiered frills. One gown had a chiffon cape and some of the looks were complete with Indian style veils in deep purples and burnt orange. Models wore open toe colored sheer socks to resemble the painted feet of gypsy women. The horizontal stripes on the blouses brought to mind the bohemian tents, and the braided hair and folk-ish jewelry completed the picture. The black and gold gown with intricate gold embroidery was one of the memorable pieces, and it came with a gold backpack! The collection also has slim trouser suits, fitted jackets and stained glass patterned pants in bright green and gold. A gold outfit with the cone shaped bodice paid tribute to Madonna's cone bra which was designed by Jean Paul Gaultier in the 90s. But the show stopper was the shimmering dress with ball gown like billowing skirt. The finale had the model lifting the huge skirt in style, showing four smiling little girls wearing Indian skirt and tunic dresses with gypsy jewelry.