1980's John Paul Gaultier Equator Mock Turtleneck

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1980's John Paul Gaultier Equator Mock Turtleneck

270.00

 

Green-blue short sleeve t-shirt with mock turtleneck and screen printed design. Zips at the back by the neck. Elastic at hem of sleeves. On the longer side. Women's cut (cuts in at the waist). Stripes on the back, neck and sleeves. From Jean-Paul Gaultier's Equator collection. Gaultier never received formal fashion education. He gained his love of fashion from his grandmother. He began sending his sketches to couture stylists which led to Pierre Cardin hiring him as an assistant in 1970. He released his first collection in 1976. His pieces have always been heavily influenced by popular culture and street style. Even his couture designs, while formal, are still fun and unique. He has always played with conventionality in his use of models. He uses non-conventional appearing persons such as those with tattoos and body modification and has always played around with gender roles. He also challenged the notion that models should be stick thin by using fuller figured persons in his campaigns.

L: 26"

Bust: 36"

Made in Italy

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