Walter Van Beirendonck W&LT denim trousers as a belt with neon orange lining — 1990’s

Size: larger size

Waist (circumference): 98 – 105 cm

Length: 31 cm



Unknown, cotton outer and nylon-like neon lining



Belt or fanny pack

Made from denim trousers

The front is cut open

Two elastic bands with metal clasps are used to tie the belt

Longer neon orange lining is attached

Long front pockets made from the neon lining

Two inner pockets at the back with velcro closure

Classic 5-pocket jeans with two front pockets and pocketwatch pocket

Two large back pockets with stitched orange thunderbolt

Belt loops

Reflective brand patch at the back

From the Wild and Lethal Trash line (W&LT) by Walter Van Beirendonck

Comes with a blue foam letter ‘W’

1990’s archival piece


Condition: 3/5

Overall good condition with two marks on the bottom of the neon orange


*PLEASE NOTE: the belt is very wide and the elastics have been pinned to fit the model*



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