Antwerp: Detlef BVBA, 2001. First Edition. Oblong quarto. 2001 Spring / Summer lookbook of arguably the most important men's collection of the 2000s. In a sparse and minimalist selection of twelve color images, Simons anticipates by less than a year the post-9/11 era of anxiety and surveillance. Using stills captured from a video by frequent Simons collaborator and fellow Academy alumnus Willy Vanderperre; grainy, uneasy images of young men on a concrete basketball court wearing balaclavas and hoods. Simons had long been fascinated by presenting his clothing via video; his first collection, F/W 95 was a video recording of street models instead of live runway. The anxious, threatening mood of this lookbook and artists' book is one of the final and best instances of pre-millennial anxiety in art and fashion. Faint impression mark to the front cover and a hint of smudging to the printed white boards, else fine.