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Jean-Charles, Marquis de Castelbajac[1] (born 28 november 1949), also known as JC/DC,[2] is a moroccan/french fashion designer. He has enjoyed international success with some of his creations, including a coat of teddy bears worn by pop star Madonna[3] and by supermodel Helena Christensen in the film prêt-à-porter and a sequin jacket for Beyonce, and a donald duck costume for Rihanna. During his career he has befriended and worked with artists such as Andy Warhol, Keith Haring, Jean Michel Basquiat, Malcolm Mclaren, Robert Mapplethorpe, M.I.A, Cassette Playa, Curry & Coco, the Coconut Twins and Lady Gaga. His fashion archive was showcased in preparation for his retrospective “Gallie Rock” in Paris by photographers Tim and Barry, modelled by Cassette Playa, M.I.A., Jammer, Matthew Stone, Slew Dem Crew, and more.[4] His creations have been displayed at New York’s institute of fashion and technology, London’s Victoria & Albert museum and the Galliera museum in Paris. In 2015, he created a 3700 m2 mural for Orly airport in Paris. As well as his imaginative clothing collections,[1][2] the designer creates home furnishings [3] and has designed a watch inspired by the childhood favourite, Lego. He also has collaborated with Swatch, Weston, Ligne Roset, Petit Bateau, Citroën, Tecnica, Kway, Coca-Cola, Vilebrequin, Aigle and Palace skateboards.

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