Walter Van Beirendonck Aestheticterrorists grey jumper with neon yellow mask — spring 2002

Size: S

Shoulder to shoulder: 39 cm

Armpit to armpit: 45 cm

Length: 66 cm

Sleeves: 68 cm



100% cotton

(the mask is made of a sort of nylon)



Lightweight grey jumper

Grey hood

A neon yellow mask is attached to the front of the hood and can be pulled over the face

The mask has 2 holes for the eye

A triangular patch is placed for the nose, and open on the bottom

A circular patch is placed before the mouth and an opening has been kept for air

The mouth patch can be opened on one side with a velcro closure

Small neon yellow pouch attached at the neckline with Aestheticterrorists printed on it

The neon pouch has a zipper to store the hood and mask

Black patch with yellow mask icon attached to the side

From the spring 2002 collection BODY:XTENSIONXFASHION


Condition: 3/5

Overall usage with pilling on the jumper and a faded grey colour



Walter Van Beirendonck for Scapa

Walter Van Beirendonck is a Belgian fashion designer, part of the Antwerp Six. He established his own label in 1983, defined by unusual color combinations and a strong graphic influence. In 2006 he was appointed artistic director of Scapa Sports. The Formula 1 collection might be the most ‘Walter’ of them all. It features on overload of comic book-inspired graphic patches, that are staples in Walter’s collections. Descriptors such as Warriors, Join the rebellion and Walk on the wild reference concepts used in Walter Van Beirendonck’s own collections.

The Scapa brand itself was founded by Arlette Van Oost who got stuck on the island Orkney. The work of local knitters inspired her and rooted an authentic Belgian fashion brand. Acquiring mainstream recognition with its hand-knitted sweaters, SCAPA became a British Vogue regular in the 90’s.

Additional information

Weight 1.5 kg

Mens size