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JEAN PAUL GAULTIER

Bedouin Silk Bomber Jacket SS98
SS1998



DESCRIPTION

Throughout the 90s and early 2000s, Jean Paul Gaultier took historical references lost in the past and gave them a new life through timeless designs and luxurious fabrics. This bomber jacket highlights the Bedouin people's expressive culture, a group of nomadic Arabs who have historically inhabited the desert regions in North Africa and the Arabian Peninsula. Their mesmerizing oral poetry, sword dances, and fierce independence have been a calling to inspiration for many.


CONDITION

Good condition. Please see photos for full evaluation.

SIZE / MEASUREMENTS

Size: Medium
Chest width - 17in/43cm
Shoulder width - 15in/38cm
Sleeve length - 21.6in/55cm
Full length - 19.6in/50cm



COVERAGE

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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