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Spring Summer 2001 Jean Paul Gaultier ‘Satan’ Full Print Mesh Skirt.

Spring Summer 2001 Jean Paul Gaultier ‘Satan’ Full Print Mesh Skirt.

Regular price $685.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $685.00 USD
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(FOR SALE) A Spring Summer 2001 Jean Paul Gaultier ‘Satan’ Full Print Mesh Skirt. 

 Jean Paul Gaultier is a French designer who has rewrote the industry rules since inception in 1976. Founding his menswear label years later in 1984, the artisan was instantly plagued as “l’enfant terrible” for his outlandish, inexcusable designs. Consciously reconstructing our vision of beauty, he experimented without remorse, pulling from the likes of taboo niches. Utilizing rebellious textiles, Gaultier conveyed his message through inventive mediums, popularizing the mesh full print silhouette. He stomped on guidelines in pursuit of creative expression and was successful in doing so, hailed as a fashion forefather and true Magnus opus in his field.

 One of Gaultier’s most iconic collections, the Spring Summer 2001 Jean Paul Gaultier ‘Satan’ collection featured a lurking gargoyle as the central motif, encircled by a gothic Jean Paul Gaultier typography. This particular skirt is an amazing piece with the iconic motif spanning the front and back. With an elasticated waistband, this skirt is capable of fitting a 24-30  inch waist. In pristine overall condition, here is the opportunity to purchase a true relic and piece of fashion history from Jean Paul Gaultier’s Spring Summer 2001 presentation. 


Waist: 24-30 inches 

 Styled with a Rick Owens jacket available privately via DM 


Model is 5’10 


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