Satan Mesh Shirt


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.


Good condition. Please see photos for full evaluation.


Size 40
Pit to Pit: 17Inches
Length: 25 Inches
Sleeve Length: 20 Inches


Jean Paul Gaultier has been one of the biggest names in fashion for decades. Launching his brand in 1982, he almost immediately became known as the “enfant terrible” of fashion. Gaultier was exploring trends and ideas that many others found absurd at the time. Some of these trends include, skirts for men, sheer “tattoo” tops, and cone bras. He uses his sense of humor to bring up very real subliminal messages including gender attitudes, social values, and cultural morality.

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