There’s a reason Jean Paul Gaultier’s fashion career is still going strong but his foray into music is largely forgotten. Still, Gaultier’s dip into dance music came with a film clip that was something of a predecessor to the modern fashion film. Kooky and very, very ’80s, Gaultier’s 1988 single was called How To Do That.

For an ’80s reminiscence, hit play after the break.

jean paul gaultier music film clip

Hat tip to Ravished by Illusions.

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