Of course, Gaultier's studio is ridiculously amazing, the whole modern yet spooky all white covered interiors with bits of black are really artistic. I think the main issue I have with the documentary is it's unclear why the filmmakers selected Jean Paul Gaultier and not anybody else, besides the fact that he happens to be a famous designer whose last name begins with a G.
Gorgeous Lashes. To continue with the black and white theme, lately I've been digging Chanel Inimitable Mascara in Noir Black, which is one of the few mascara's that don't seem to weigh my lashes down, isn't irritating, and is reasonably easy to remove. It's very heavily pigmented black and stays relatively put for something that's not labeled as waterproof. The only negative is like with all things Chanel, it's rather pricey for a mascara. Another good one I like is the Becca Ultimate Mascara (review here).
Speaking of lashes, I'm also a fan of Shu Uemura's eyelash curler, since my lashes happen to be naturally stick straight. The limited edition holiday 24 kt gold version is once again available, though the regular version works equally as well.