Jean Paul Gaultier Anarchy Punk Jersey Button-up Shirt

Jean Paul Gaultier has never been shy about expressing his views on important social issues. Using his loud voice in a fashion industry, Gaultier expressed his political statements in his clothing and referenced subcultures a lot. One of his most memorable collections, Fall 1997 was devoted to the punk aesthetic. With the help of styling, silhouettes, hair and make-up, and most obviously prints and patterns, Gaultier managed to explore principal goals of a modern society, such as world peace and fight against racism. This motif was later often traced in the designer's work and appeared in different interpretations, including the prints featured in his successive lines.
This JPG Jeans jersey shirt features one of the most recognizable prints from that era. A newspaper collage with several headlines themed anarchy and punk is for sure inspired by Gaultier’s subcultural references.


Chest 16.5in
Sleeve length 24.5in
Length 22.5in