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SS96 Jean Paul Gaultier “Cyberbaba” X-Ray Trousers

SS96 Jean Paul Gaultier “Cyberbaba” X-Ray Trousers


Measurements & Condition


Waist - 31 in / 78.7 cm

Inseam - 31.5 in / 80 cm

Leg Opening - 7.25 in / 18.4 cm

Front Rise - 11.75 in / 29.8 cm

Thigh - 10 in / 25.4 cm

Knee - 8.25 in / 21 cm


Condition 8/10

  • Jean Paul Gaultier’s Spring 1996 collection titled “Cyberbaba” intertwined fashion’s North and South Pole. The designer drew inspiration from the late 1960’s hippie movement and in contrast the nearing millennia’s tech-centric attitude. Blending the two, Gaultier unveiled a psychedelic indulgence through the space-age, using trompe l’oeil prints as his daring muse. Skin fitting silhouettes were accentuated by free-flowing bottoms, all of which were plastered with graphics. Among such lied many sought after prints, like the X-ray motif and muscle shirt later worn by Robin Williams. Today, Spring ‘96 is remembered as a magnum opus in the designer’s portfolio.


    Sporting the infamous X-Ray print, these trousers feature a full print medium in a hue of neon green. A grid pattern revolves around each leg while gothic emblems are vicarious placed, finalized with metallic accenting. Fitting a size 31x31.5, they reside in great condition with light use throughout.

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