Number (N)ine AW2004 Camo Bondage Bomber

Number (N)ine AW2004 Camo Bondage Bomber

550.00

Number (N)ine’s Fall 2004 season was titled “Give Peace a Chance,” a moniker borrowed from a song John Lennon wrote about the Vietnam War. Crafted in the spirit of the song, it took aim at George W. Bush and the Iraq War during the U.S. president’s reelection year. Featuring “Fuck Off” buttons affixed to pants, and distressed shirts which blistered the president with slogans such as “Illegitimate son of a bush”, and “War is terrorism too,” Takahiro interwove a fearsome political statement seamlessly into his usual palette of grungy clothes.

The tribal camo pattern on this jacket pushes forth the same war-centric motif. The groups of asymmetric zippers are a design motif borrowed from the season before, “Dream Baby Dream,” while a litany of other details adorn the jacket, including adjustable straps at the cuffs, a faux fur hood, and a split hood which can be unzipped.

Condition: 9/10. No significant flaws. 


Tagged size: 2


Shoulder: 17.5in 

Pit to pit: 20.5in

Length: 24in

Sleeve: 25in

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