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JEAN PAUL GAULTIER

Satan Mesh Top
SS2001


DESCRIPTION

Jean Paul Gaultier’s printed mesh tops accurately depict his sensibilities as a designer, as it’s a product that pushes the consumer outside of their comfort zone. These tops put the wearer into the center of attention, as JPG’s loud prints inherently become the topic of discussion. The Rock n’ Roll culture of the early 2000s molded JPG aesthetically as a designer. The liberated style of musicians inspired his ready-to-wear runway ensembles, and the strong visual language behind the music was frequently referenced in his prints.

CONDITION

Good condition. Please see photos for full evaluation.

SIZE / MEASUREMENTS

Size 40, Fits Small
Pit-to-Pit: 15 Inches
Sleeve Length: 6 Inches
Total Lengt: 22 Inches

COVERAGE

The Rock n’ Roll culture of the early 90s’ and 2000s’ molded JPG aesthetically as a designer. The liberated style of musicians inspired his ready-to-wear runway ensembles, the strong visual language behind the music was frequently referenced in his prints. Furthermore, these references would go on to shape his Spring/Summer 2001 collection, as proven by the show’s invitational that was adorned with Rock motifs such as Skulls, Bats, and Infernal Flames. To tie it all in together, Gaultier would use sacrilegious iconography of Satan across blouses, dresses, and bags.










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