Wild & Lethal Trash AW1996 Safety Orange Puffer Jacket

Wild & Lethal Trash AW1996 Safety Orange Puffer Jacket


Founded in 1993 as an offshoot of his eponymous label, Wild & Lethal Trash was Walter Van Beirendonck’s youthful and future-forward clothing label. It borrowed heavily from club kid culture, dealing out heavy doses of neon clothing, and repurposing cartoon characters in a way that suggested drug-induced euphoria moreso than Sunday mornings. The graphics were often bold and chaotic, intentionally lacking a focal point as a way to highlight and repurpose the visual over-saturation created by the internet era.

This oversized puffer opts for a hi-visibility, safety orange colorway that was in vogue with club kids of the early and mid-90s, a pocket of culture which provided both visceral and conceptual inspiration for W.&.L.T. The jacket fastens asymmetrically, and when fully-buttoned features a high neck closure.

Condition: 8/10. Small rip inside right pocket - can be repaired.

Tagged size: L

Shoulder: 25in

Pit to pit: 29in

Length: 31in

Sleeve: 24in

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