A.F. Vandevorst white structured top made of ‘wrinkled paper’ — spring 2016

Size: unknown (S-M)

Shoulder to shoulder: 42 cm

Armpit to armpit 49 cm

Width bottom hem: 47 cm

Sleeves: 32 cm

Length: 62 cm

Please check the measurements carefully since there is no stretch



Unknown, An herself said it was a cotton blend with metallic woven into it



White structured top

Oversized t-shirt shape

Made in a fabric resembling the texture of wrinkled paper

Standing neckline and sleeves to reinforce the paper-look

The wrinkles are permanent and the t-shirt should not be steamed or ironed

Deep V-neck

Stitched seams along the neckline

Wide standing sleeves with rolled cuffs

Raglan sleeves with stitched patches on the front

Vertical seam across the middle of the front and back

From the spring 2016 collection

Comes with it’s runway/lookbook model tag


Condition: 3/5

Overall some use, with marks on the bottom of the right sleeve and seemingly discoloration on the left shoulder


*PLEASE NOTE: shipping is more expensive since it will be packed in a large box to avoid folding the garment as much as possible*



About A.F. Vandevorst

A.F. Vandevorst is a Belgian label created in 1997 by the couple Filip Arickx and An Vandevorst.


In 1987, both An Vandevorst and Filip Arickx met on their first day as students at Antwerp’s Royal Academy of Fine Arts. Instantly they felt like they matched, both on a personal and a creative level.


After graduating, An Vandevorst went to work for Maison Martin Margiela and became the first assistant of Dries Van Noten later on. Filip Arickx completed his obligatory military service, worked as a freelance stylist afterwards and went to work for Dirk Bikkembergs.


Vandevorst and Arickx united in 1997 to create their label A.F. Vandevorst. This was a time when the fashion world was eagerly awaiting a second wave of talent to follow in the footsteps of the famous ‘Antwerp Six’:  Ann Demeulemeester,Walter van Beirendonck, Dries Van Noten, Dirk Van Saene, Dirk Bikkembergs and Marina Yee.Arickx and Vandevorst remember their first collection — shown in Paris for fall 1998— as being overflowing, perhaps overly so, with ideas.

Nonetheless, Dries Van Noten supported the couple with sales and distribution.


The A.F. Vandevorst aesthetic is marked by a combination of feminine draping and strong masculine tailoring. Filip and An look for inspiration to military and nurse uniforms, lingerie and fetish subculture. Appropriately, their footwear line, launched in 2003, is called Fetish.


A.F. Vandevorst also has a diffusion line, A Friend, selling pieces at more retail friendly prices.


They have been growing very slowly and recently gained momentum with their fall 2015 collection, which was nothing short of an art happening, with models wearing gasmasks and getting spraypainted by artist Joris Van de Moortel while walking the runway.

Additional information

Weight 3 kg
Womens size